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    Where can I find a 24 fret blank fretboard

    Hi gang... I'm new to using the Neck Diagrams program so I may have just over looked this, but is there a 24 fret blank fretboard I can use?

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    Neck Diagrams Support Dean's Avatar
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    Hi Steve

    You mean a Template with blank fretboard 24 frets long. You can create this yourself and then save as Template for a quick starting point.

    1. open ND and add a fretboard to the page
    2. double-click the fretboard to reveal the Inspector
    3. alter the ’Frets’ field to 24 and click Apply
    4. copy/paste the fretboard if you need more on the page
    5. save the file as you normally would
    6. navigate to the Diagram Gallery and locate the file
    7. right-click the file and select ‘Save as template’ form the menu
    8. It'll then be available in the New Diagram Wizard along with all the other templates


    Also, you may find 24 frets are pretty small when trying to fit on A4 portrait and you may wish to alter the page to a Landscape orientation. Here’s a link on how to do this in the current version. A bit fiddly but we’re adding a simple portrait/landscape option in our next major release

    - http://www.neckdiagrams.com/forums/s...andscape-pages

    Hopefully the above helps but do let me know if I’ve misunderstood or can elaborate on anything.

    Regards
    Dean

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    I noticed that only moments after I posted this LOL...

    LOVE this program

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    Neck Diagrams Support Dean's Avatar
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    No worries, glad you sussed it so quickly.

    Possibly for yourself but also future views of this thread, here's a link to our Youtube channel which has a few video tutorials that may help - https://www.youtube.com/neckdiagrams

    Thanks
    Dean

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