Nota Bene (academic templates) & Logos related questions

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jwsheets | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Aug 3 2015 3:42 PM

I have two questions:

I have started a research Th.M program. My school requires it to be in APA format. I discovered Nota Bene on the Faithlife site. Upon further investigation I decided it would be a good investment for my Thesis as well as my subsequent dissertation. When creating a new doc there are a number of thesis/dissertation templates available (Turabian, MLA, Chicago, Southern Baptist, etc.). No APA. There are however several APA academic research manuscript templates available. Since the APA standard is primarily a citation style, would one of the other style docs work for the general template and I could choose APA in that template as the citation style? I am not sure how close the other styles are to the APA standard.

In my Bachelor's Monograph I used Logos as my primary document creation tool. When I finished I transferred everything over to Word 2013 for submission. Is anyone familiar with a way to export/import the bibliography created by Logos into a format Nota Bene can use?

Thanks for any help you can give.


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