All operatons you perform on a score in Mus2 can be reverted with the Undo command (Windows: CTRL+Z; Mac: ⌘Z) in the Edit menu. Undone actions can be repeated with the Redo command (Windows: CTRL + Y; Mac: ⇧⌘Z).
To copy and paste notes in the same score or between scores, use the commands listed below.
|Undo||Reverts the last action performed.|
|Redo||Repeats the last undone action.|
|Cut||Copies the selected notes and deletes the originals.|
|Copy||Copies the selected notes without deleting the originals.|
|Paste All||Pastes the copied notes and any attached slurs, dynamics and tuplets.|
|Paste Notes||Pastes the copied notes without slurs, dynamics and tuplets.|
|Delete||Deletes the selected notes.|
|Shift Notes||Shifts the selected notes upwards or downwards.|
|Reset Note Positions||Clears the manual position adjustments made to the selected notes. See Adjust the position of notes.|
|Change the Font of the Lyrics||Changes the font/point settings of all lyrics syllables in the score|
|Change Floating text Font||Changes the font/point settings of all floating texts in the score|
|Select All||Selects all the notes in the score.|
Before using the Cut and Copy commands, you must select one or more notes. To select all the notes in the score, use the Select All command. To select a group of notes, click the Hand tool and choose the Select notes option (see Cut, copy and delete notes).
To paste the copied notes at a specific location, use the Cursor tool (see Cursor) or right-click at the desired location and choose the Paste command. The paste cursor is shown as an orange line.