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musicnotationformsword.com announced the release of Music Notation for MS Word, a music notation editing product that allows musicians to embed, edit and publish music notation in Microsoft Word environment.

The new product offers point-and-click transposing while supporting computer and MIDI keyboards, virtual piano keyboards and guitar fingerboards for composing music.

The new music notation product has no competition, the company says, and combines advanced features of music notation software, MagicScore Maestro 6, with the world’s most popular text processor to allow musicians producing produce music literature, articles, brochures or tutorials complete with music notation.

It is possible to combine music notation with professional text formatting, complex graphics, mathematical equations and tables directly in Microsoft Word to produce publications, educational matters and tutorials, popular and scientific articles with professional appearance. Music Notation for MS Word allows using all features of Microsoft Word such as printing, Web publishing and embedding of objects in a variety of formats to write music, create and publish sheet music. The product allows inserting sheet music, diagrams or adding groups of chord descriptions by simply clicking buttons, or even creating new musical symbols.

Music Notation for MS Word can send Word documents with music notation to anyone. The recipient will not need to install the product to see the music notation. There will be no need to save documents as a PDF files or export them as images to let the recipients see or print sheet music.

Music Notation for MS Word makes it easy to transpose music and write lyrics in a familiar way. The product allows using a mouse, computer or MIDI keyboard, virtual piano keyboard or guitar fingerboard to write music directly in a Microsoft Word document, and to get access to the features of a professional music notation editor without leaving MS Word.

Pricing & Availability
Educational and other discounts are available. Free evaluation version of Music Notation for MS Word is available. A limited-time discount of $40 is available to all customers, bringing the cost of Music Notation for MS Word to $99 from its full price of $139.

Check out www.musicnotationformsword.com for more details.
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