Annotations or text-notes (as MusiCAD handles them from version 4 onwards) are pieces of text that you link to a piece of music for a certain occasion or your own text-notes. Text-notes - just like notes with pencil or pen - are superimposed on the existing score. A nice thing about text-notes in MusiCAD is that they can easily be made invisible again or completely removed. Text-notes are mainly intended for occasions where you read music directly from the screen of your computer (tablet).
For annotions, think of texts such as
- 'not too fast'
- '2nd time clarinet'
- 'pay attention to conductor!'
You create an annotation by clicking with the mouse on a place in the music or in the headline while pressing one or more of the keys <shift>, <ctrl> or <alt> pressed.
You can adjust the layout of notes like other texts.