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Edit Operations

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.

Edit Operations

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.
Select All Selects all the notes in the score.
Preferences See Preferences.

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 select a group of notes, click the Hand tool and choose the Select notes option.
To select a group of notes, click the Hand tool and choose the Select notes option.

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.

To paste the copied notes at a specific location, use the Cursor tool or right-­click at the desired location and choose the Paste command. The paste cursor is shown as an orange line.
To paste the copied notes at a specific location, use the Cursor tool or right-­click at the desired location and choose the Paste command. The paste cursor is shown as an orange line.
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