Score sets overview
You can use score sets to control which software instrument tracks appear in the score. Each project can contain as many score sets as needed. Score sets let you:
Produce a full score for a project together with individual parts
Reorder software instrument tracks in the score, independent of their order in the Tracks area
Provide a name (and, optionally, a short name) for each software instrument track displayed in the score, and when the score is printed.
Control which staffs are connected by brackets or bar lines
Exclude tracks from being displayed in the score (for example, tracks that only contain MIDI controller data)
Reduce or enlarge all staffs in each staff set using the Scale parameter, which allows you to use the same staff styles for the printout of full scores and individual parts
Select from two different parameter sets (Score or Part) for page margins, header space height, vertical distance between staff systems, and the maximum number of bars per line
You create and edit score sets in the Score Sets window.
Open the Score Sets window
Choose Layout > Score Sets from the Score Editor menu bar (or use the Show/Hide Score Sets Window key command).
If the All Instruments score set is chosen when you open the Score Editor, a warning indicates that this score set cannot be edited.