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I agree with Michael's answer. But there is another point of view : If you are considering composing a piece with this chord, especially if it is to be played with the bow, I would advise you to consider having two cellos or two different string players forming it (for instance if it is with a sufficiently high E or F# to be played by a viola or a violin). ...
It will all depend on the octave -- the lowest E natural and F# are impossible since they both need to be played on the lowest string C (unless you want to tune the G string down to F#). In higher octaves it ranges from "possible" (if using the thumb or playing in higher positions on lower strings) to easy. If you'll be writing for double stops a lot, I ...
This is possible in any notation program I'm familiar with. In Finale (my choice), you use the HyperScribe function, outlined here: http://www.finalemusic.com/usermanuals/finale2012win/content/finale/ID_MAINTOOL_HYPERSCRIBE.htm I'm fairly certain Finale Notepad has this function.
If you are looking for a free solution, Tuxguitar can help. It does have a midi input and a PDF output. It will work on windows, linux, and mac. However, you might have to do a bit of clean up; it won't know what key you are using or anything like that.
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