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 +====== Bar Numbering ====== 
 +Bars can be numbered automatically by Musink. If bar numbering is on, Musink will automatically adjust bar numbers as you add or remove bars. By default, bar numbering is off. To turn bar numbering on: 
 +  - Click **Edit** from the menu bar 
 +  - Select **Bar Numbering** 
 +  - A window will appear 
 +  - Check the **Number Bars** checkbox 
 +  - Press OK 
 +===== Editing Bar Numbers ===== 
 +Bar numbers are automatically generated, so you cannot edit them like normal [[writing:​text_marks|text marks]]. You can, however, [[publishing:​publish_visibility|hide]] individual bar numbers from [[publishing:​publishing_overview|publishing]],​ and [[writing:​text_marks#​placement|move them above or below the stave]] in the normal way. To change how bar numbering works: 
 +  - Click **Edit** from the menu bar 
 +  - Select **Bar Numbering** 
 +  - Check the **Number Bars** checkbox, if it is not checked 
 +  - Change any options you wish to change 
 +  - Press OK 
 +===== Turning Off ===== 
 +To turn bar numbering off: 
 +  - Click **Edit** from the menu bar 
 +  - Select **Bar Numbering** 
 +  - Uncheck the **Number Bars** checkbox 
 +  - Press OK 
 +==== Options ==== 
 +=== Skip Bars === 
 +Sets the number of bars which will be skipped before bar numbering starts. For example, if you wanted bar numbering to start on the 3rd bar, you would set this to 2 ('skip the first 2 bars'​). This is zero by default. 
 +=== Place Number Every === 
 +Sets how often to place a bar number. For example, if you wanted to show a bar number every 4 bars, you would set this to 4. 
 +=== First Number === 
 +Sets where counting starts from. For example, if you wanted bar 1 to be shown as '​15',​ you would set this to 15. This does not change which bar has the first number in it. This is 1 by default.
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