Lately, there have been some instances where I've been writing music and wanted to use Guitar Pro 6 to build tab sheets without the standard notation. In other words, I wanted to display tabs only.
But I just had no idea how to do it.
And surprisingly, there isn't a lot of documentation online.
But after a little exploration of the Guitar Pro 6 software I was able to figure it out, and it's nothing if not quick and painless.
I'll show you the process in step-by-step detail via the following video:
Step by Step
Start with a tab sheet, like you normally would.
On the menu bar select TRACK then click PROPERTIES (F6 is the shortcut)
In the following window, under STAVES, uncheck STANDARD and click OK.
You should now see only a tab line, as in the following screenshot:
Guitar Pro 6 is a powerful program with a lot of features and capability. If you have other questions about using it, or just want to explore the software further, I'd refer you to the following links:
You can download Guitar Pro 6 onto a Windows, Mac or Linux machine, as well as most smartphones, tablets and mobile devices.
The trial version isn't limited in time, though is limited in terms of functionality.
Saving, as well as the import/export features are disabled. Likewise, the guitar selection for playback is limited to just a few options, whereas the full version has a ton of different instruments to choose from.
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