Thanks Steve In that case I'll just put up with the tab. I did buy a book of the 3 Gymonpedies and 3 of the Gnossiennes transcribed by Peter Charles Kraus but I'm not particularly impressed with it. Gymnopedie # 3 is in B minor so the first note (B) is played as part of a bar chord on the 7th fret; it just doesn't really work.Steve O wrote: ↑Mon Feb 12, 2018 4:44 amNope.
Best I could do is cover the tab with white filled text boxes to hide the tab.
I could also clip out pictures of the standard notation then paste the notation into another program (such as Word) as a series of images.
I could also print the .pdf, use scissors to cut out the tab, glue the standard notation onto a blank piece of paper, then photocopy the paper and scan the photocopy back into a new .pdf
Second this approach to extract the staff lines from the pdf via snapshot but do recommend to insert them immediatelly as pictures in a word document or equivalent. With the layout set to „free floating before the text“ the staff line pictures can be easily positioned, adjusted in size and and the final document reconverted to pdf which is possible with any word processing program like Word, LibreOffice etc.!George Crocket wrote: ↑Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:20 amMalcolm, It is possible to take a snapshot of PDF pages (one at a time). Then copy the snapshot into a photo-editor where you can cut and paste what you want into a new image, thereby creating tab-free images of pages. You may then use them as is, or convert them into a new PDF. It is tedious, but I find it useful for separating parts from a long score.
This is an excellent Tool!!! Thank you!guitarguy wrote: ↑Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:39 amThere is an easy way to get rid of the tabs available on partifi.org. I use it frequently when I want to split partitures in to single voices. Or just for of deleting tabs (to save turning pages).
This online tool is pretty straight forward to use - so just try it out.