This may sound a rather basic question, but I have been looking at all of the videos which have been produced on Dorico, but I keep coming back to the same question.
I notice that the introduction of setting up and developing a simple introductory project is now not shown when the later versions of Dorico are given. The way in which s project seems to be assumed, while the appearance on the screen has altered.
Of course, it is possible yhat I am missing something, but I would be grateful if someone can answer the question : do I start with earlier versions - say, Dorico SE, or even Dorico 2, to learn these introductory details, then progress to the later versions as my projects develop and my needs for more complex projects become necessary ?
If this is the case, then it would imply that there would be a list of videos , which would start with the basic introduction to using Dorico, and the more complex needs would come last. The changes to the versions would then make more sense, as they would relate to the different changes and upgrades are included.
Can anyone advise me on these questions, as at the moment the videos give no information as to how this wonderful program has developed, and which comes before which - it is a bit difficult to makes out the progression as the different parts of the Dorico program develop.
Or am I asking for something everyone can work out for themselves ?