Or buy it anew. That's what I did. The price of NWC is laughable compared to its features: I think paying anew for the goodies we got is not wrong, and its affordable, I'd believe.H.M.
If you look in your Noteworthy directory (programs not Noteworthy files) you will find a directory called "Setups"In there you will find an executable for the last Noteworthy program you installed. Use this to install on your new machine.The viewer you can install from the internet.I think this is the easiest route.
In C:\Program Files (x86)\Noteworthy Software\NoteWorthy Composer 2\Setups , you'll find all the installers used to get you to this point. Copy this folder to a flash drive, install the installers oldest to newest, and you should be golden.... though it looks like Richard beat me to it!
you'll find all the installers used to get you to this point.
Yes, but if you started long ago like me, the first installer requires the CD to go on.It all depends...
I don't think they're dependent on having the previous versions installed.
I use a free program called Xodo PDF Reader & Annotator on my Surface Pro tablet, which has a stylus. It has very nice annotation features, including automatic recognition of the stylus for marking up PDFs. I use it for choir music (much of which is NWC scores). You can check it out at https://www.xodo.com.
the product is now cloud based, which means I won't be using it in future
I don't need clouds, I prefer the sunlight
I downloaded MusicreaderPDF and at first glance, I don't like it:Odd user interfacefew contrast, pale scorelast staff on last page was cutten offI don't need clouds, I prefer the sunlight
The playlist feature alone is much more useful than trying to use a simple PDF reader.
I'm experimenting now with Xodo PDF Reader & Annotator and I discovered a feature to merge multiple PDFs. If I then save them as 'my playlist', I can read it in as one file.So, for the time being, I'll stick with this free program, thanks to Mike.
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