Beginner's Guide updated to 2.2

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I've updated the Beginner's Guide to reflect the changes in 2.2. I didn't include every new feature, like importing tempo tracks and the music symbols editor, because I wanted to keep the scope limited so it could be a good introduction for new users. I updated screenshots as well, when appropriate.

Here is the updated guide:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6d2qmdapwqpxy ... o.pdf?dl=0

And here's a version that includes the 2.2 updates in highlights. There are also some additions I included for functionality that pre-dated 2.2, but that I thought should be added:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/bvi1aa4intvk0 ... s.pdf?dl=0

Corrections or suggestions welcome, as always.
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Thanks, Dan!
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dankreider wrote:
Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:27 pm
And here's a version that includes the 2.2 updates in highlights. There are also some additions I included for functionality that pre-dated 2.2, but that I thought should be added:
I wish all the companies that send me Revised Terms of Use and the like would do what you have so courteously done: highlight the changes.
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Well done, Dan.
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Thank you Dan!
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Great work Dan. :-)

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Thank you very much, Dan! This document is one that Dorico should pay you for and should include with every new purchase of Dorico.

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Ha! Thanks, but I’m just happy to do it. And I learn something every time. Just today I learned that you can remove a tremolo on a note by Shift-R, 0. It’s a strange sort of pastime, I admit...
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Wow! This is incredible. When you first announced this project I smugly thought, "I don't need that. I'm not really a beginner."

I was wrong. I DO need it, beginner or not. And you have done it incredibly well. That you.

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Thanks a lot for this, Dan. Great work!
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Dan, Kudos on this wonderful guide. I noticed a correction that is needed:
Page 60 under Master Pages:

“Default Full Score—Default: all subsequent pages in a part layout”

should read “all subsequent pages in a full score layout”
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Thanks!
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