- Enable Page Editing using the menu Edit -> Page. A check should appear next to it showing it’s enabled.
- Click on the border of your music area, it will turn blue and little drag boxes will appear. Click and hold the bottom one, and drag the mouse up the page. This will compress the music area leaving you some space on the page.
- Using the Insert -> Text Area menu item create a new text box where you next click the mouse. You can resize it etc same way as we did for the music area above, and even move it the same way, by clicking and dragging anywhere else on the border.
- Click inside the text box and type the title of your next tune.
- Next click on the border of the music area you compressed above, then use Edit -> Copy to copy the music area to the clipboard.
- Next use Edit -> Paste to paste a copy of the music area onto the page.
- Click on the border and drag it to where you want it to be, presumably in the bottom half of the page.
- Then delete the lines you don’t need from each of the 2 music areas, you’ll be keeping the lines for the first tune in the top music area and the lines for the 2nd tune in the bottom area.
- To edit the content of the text tag click within the text area and use the usual text editing options, select, overwrite, arrow keys to move etc. Should be second nature.
- By default Drum Score Editor places the text tag at a fixed space above the item it's attached to.To move the text tag to appear underneath the item, click inside the text and use the Alt key and the Down arrow key. Similarly to move it up it's the Alt and Up arrow key.
- To change the format click inside the text and then use the Format -> Text menu options to alter as wanted, i.e. Bold, Italic, Underline, font size.