>Well I found a solution: The part had 2 sharps, and I wanted it to
>read with no key signature (i. e. C major) ... I found that if I set
>the key sig. tool for 2 flats it removed the 2 #'s and left the notes
>in the same place (as I had checked). Not a musically apt solution,
>but hey, it worked!
I don't understand HOW that could work. Key signatures and
transpositions are different tools. Right? Don't they have different
implications?...If you set a key signature to bb, and you're writing
transposed scores (for transposing instruments), why would the key
signature not show up as bb?