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by ARoyalChoir
27 Aug 2010 18:53
Forum: Choral Music related commercial websites or services
Topic: PDF documents EDIT PROGRAM
Replies: 5
Views: 12757

Re: PDF documents EDIT PROGRAM

I've had great success with Notation Composer for editing musical elements. What Infix does, though, is provide a means of 'unlocking' a PDF document for manipulation of non-musical elements. We have to provide a ready-to-go copy for a professional printer so the option of 'not print' is not an opti...
by ARoyalChoir
06 Aug 2010 02:13
Forum: Choral Music related commercial websites or services
Topic: PDF documents EDIT PROGRAM
Replies: 5
Views: 12757

Re: PDF documents EDIT PROGRAM

Thanks for the information on Infix. I do have a question, though: Do you use the Standard version or the Pro version for your editing of PDF scores? Chuck I've been 'test driving' both versions but am leaning toward Standard version, which seems to cover all the actions I need to make. I use Notat...
by ARoyalChoir
05 Aug 2010 20:55
Forum: Choral Music related commercial websites or services
Topic: PDF documents EDIT PROGRAM
Replies: 5
Views: 12757

PDF documents EDIT PROGRAM

Our community based not-for-profit choir uses Choral Wiki for much of its repertoire. Our biggest frustration was that we had to use the documents 'as is' since we could not afford the high-priced PDF editing programs. But then I found Infix! This user-very-friendly, intuitive, accessible program ha...
by ARoyalChoir
05 Aug 2010 20:46
Forum: New members meeting place
Topic: editing PDF downloaded music
Replies: 0
Views: 9439

editing PDF downloaded music

I am new to the forums but have been using Choral Wiki for several years to obtain music for our not-for-profit choir. My biggest frustration was always having to accept the scores in PDF format 'as is'. I have discovered a wonderful editing program for PDF files that unlocks them and allows editing...