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I use Crescendo to make tab charts for the guitar placing #s on staff and chords above. There are certain chords I use often like C, G, F, Am,  D/F#, D, Cadd 9. Is there a way to group these in the Fretboard listing so I don't have to scroll through  to find them? Also, in terms of listing, why does the G chords show up in the middle of the B section? Why doesn't it come after F? Thank you.

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Hi Teri, I just tested version 5.10 of Crescendo and the G chord comes right after Fm Maj7. You may want to try reinstalling the program and check the frets/chords order again. 

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I have not discovered how I can create a three or more note chord, consisting of UN-equal duration's as in a dotted half E, quarter not C# and quarter note B......instructions touch on equal duration note values....any help for me ?

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Hello. I'm not sure what you are trying to do with Crescendo and it may be better for you to contact directly the NCH Software support team for further assistance on this issue as it may require a screenshot showing what you are trying to do to confirm if that is something you can do with Crescendo.

To contact NCH Software support team you may follow this link Software Technical Support

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