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This command is used to modify text commands and their position.

Select a MIDI word type in first dialog and continue with OK
·Text   can be karaoke song text (.kar) or other text  
·Lyric   contains song text  
·Marker   can be word markers for song positions or additional text  
·Tracktitle   title of track, title of first track is usually used for song title  
·Instrument    name of used instruments or sounds  
·Cuepoint    name or description of a song position, e.g. refrain  

Hint: MIDI information window contains at end of the information (you probably need to scroll the window down) contains all text of different types.

List box content
each list item shows
·Track number         track that contains this text command  
·Unit            MIDI position (MIDI unit)  
·Word            text stored by this text command  

   Track 03 Unit 037680 /And

Hint: use the scroll bar to find more lines with text commands

Edit
modify the text (syllable or word or sentence) or the MIDI unit position. Use <line> and <paragraph> keywords to specify a line break or paragraph break. In .kar files the lines and paragraphs must be formatted according to .kar rules.  
 

Insert
create a new text item before current selected text item, or modify the suggested MIDI unit position to insert the item at certain MIDI position.   

Append
create a new text item behind last text item, or at given MIDI unit position.   

Delete
remove current selected text item  

Undo
undo previous change  

Hint:
This operation does not support editing of Yamaha XF, Roland sysex video lyrics, Farfisa sysex lyrics.  

Hint:
For entering and synchronizing song text you should use Karaoke editor and Synchronization editor.  

Hint:
A text item may contain a syllable, a word or a text line.  
 
Hint:
Track number (1-255) must reference an existing track in MIDI file, otherwise the text will not be inserted.  

<line> set word to line break

<paragraph> set word to paragraph break

Hint: .kar format uses \syllable for starting a new paragraph and /syllable for starting a new line