In the Special Tools, choose the Tie Tool (it's the second one from the bottom on the left on my default palette.) Make sure you are in the same layer as the note. Click the note in the second ending. Three handles should appear. Click any one of the handles and hit command-F (on a Mac. Maybe control-F on a PC). It will flip. You can also drag handles around, so as a last resort, you can take a FORWARD tie and drag it backwards.
If this doesn't work, perhaps there is corruption in your file. Sometimes strange things stop working for only one measure. Clearing and re-entering all the contents sometimes works, then I try deleting the measure stack in question and inserting a new one, but sometimes I have to copy the entire file contents to a new document to clean it out.
On Wed Aug 1, at WednesdayAug 1 11:32 PM, Craig Parmerlee wrote:
> No, I could not find any way to flip the tie. I ended up just removing
> it because it was worst than having no end-tie at all.
> The last note before the endings was second space with the stem up as
> normal. I didn't override anything. The tie to the right of the last
> measure before the endings was below the notehead, as one would expect.
> The tie goes into the same note in the first ending, and the tie is
> continuous. It all looks exactly as one wound expect. The first note
> in the second ending is identical to the first note in the first ending
> (second space with stem up), but that ending tie went above the
> notehead. Grrrrr.
> On 8/1/2012 3:41 PM, J D Thomas wrote:
>> If the tie is in the wrong direction, can you use the flip option in Special Tools to get it right?
> Finale mailing list
> Finale@shsu... > http://lists.shsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/finale