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Oct 01, 2013 - Traduction des tutoriaux en français & Übersetzung der Tutorials auf Deutsch
June 26, 2010 - TablEdit Community Support Group On Yahoo, This group is for community support and discussion of TablEdit tablature editor. You are encouraged to join and participate in the discussions.Yahoo TablEdit Community Group
Dec 20, 2007 - Create Publisher Quality Scores Using TablEdit, a set of tutorials developed to demonstrate how publisher quality scores can be created using TablEdit. The tutorials have a three-fold purpose:
When completed, you should have developed a method for creating scores that best meets your approach to using the keyboard and mouse. Several alternatives are presented. In addition, the tutorials provide a handy reference on how TablEdit features are used.