The "HandBells.sf2" Soundfont by FMJ Software (http://www.fmjsoft.com/siframe.html) is a fantastic resoucre. Simply download the font (Hand Bells.sf2) and copy it into you MuseScore sounds directory (possibly "C:\Program Files\MuseScore\sound"). To use the soundfont, simply display the synthesizer (Display-->Synthesizer) and then use the Mixer (Display-->Mixer) to change to the handbell sample.Add your thoughts
I created a plugin for english handbell composers & arrangers that helps create the performance notes detailing the notes used by octave as well as sharps and Flats used. It analyzes the current score and creates a txt file containing the notes used (by octave) as well as the total notes, sharps and flats used.
To download the plugin, Please see: http://musescore.org/en/project/countnotes
For help on understanding and installing plugins, see: http://musescore.org/en/handbook/plugins.