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  • Re: Why are not User Manuals Free?

    [quote user="Denise"]Maybe trying to find a manual for Logos is somewhat of a waste of time. Maybe learning Logos is somewhat of a waste of time too[/quote] Yea I kinda feel the same way, but I know after spending this much money I'll keep at it until I get the hang of it, or who knows perhaps Bob, or Faithlife will will actually hire someone in house
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Tue, Dec 23 2014
  • Re: Why are not User Manuals Free?

    [quote user="John Fidel"] Why don't you use your $20 Christmas Gift from Logos, see logos.com for details and buy the manual from Morris P. Then it is technically free... [/quote] I tried to, but it wouldn't let me, possibly because of pre-pub there's know where to put the code and it is only billed after its ready... and and that point the coupon will
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Tue, Dec 23 2014
  • Re: Thanks for the Christmas Gift

    Thanks from Bryan as well
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Tue, Dec 23 2014
  • Re: Why are not User Manuals Free?

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] [quote user="Doc B"] [quote user="Jack Caviness"]Guess you have never purchased a Microsoft product then[/quote] I call BS, Jack. I've thrown away thousands of pages of Microsoft manuals. Paper ones. [/quote] Good for you. I have owned MS Word/Office for both Mac and Windows since 1985, including every Mac version since
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Tue, Dec 23 2014
  • Re: Logos 7 - What should it offer?

    [quote user="Francis"]Reminds me of an ad from a car dealership that went something like this: great deal on model x year y, comes complete with wheels, seats and doors! Plus special bonus: buy a car and get a free coffee and donut![/quote] But I bet that car came with 2 user manuals in the Glove Box
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Tue, Dec 23 2014
  • Re: Why are not User Manuals Free?

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"]Bryan S., you are out of line with the Kool-Aid reference. [/quote] I don't think so, this forum is for helping others and letting others know how we feel...If know one spoke up nothing would change! and ED would be happy drinking the kool-aid pretending everything is fine when in fact it is not...And by the way I like Kool
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Tue, Dec 23 2014
  • Re: Why are not User Manuals Free?

    [quote user="Paul Strickert"] This is my opinion about manuals: I think they're overrated. The L6 videos provide more than enough help (I would think) for most users. Power users may want something more. From the videos I've watched, however, I think Logos has met the needs of the vast majority of users. Just my opinion. [/quote] Those Videos only scratch
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Tue, Dec 23 2014
  • Re: Why are not User Manuals Free?

    [quote user="Ed Foster"] What a whiner, you sound like one of the I'm entitled to this generation. Grow up! You aren't entitled to anything. If this rubs you raw then get rid of Logos and switch to another software. Logos supplied the software and Morris does alot of work preparing the manuals and it costs money. STOP COMPLAINING! [/quote] From the
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Tue, Dec 23 2014
  • Re: Christmas Group Therapy

    Mark, those two are Great.
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Why are not User Manuals Free?

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] [quote user="Bryan S."]I have never bought any product that didn't come with a user manual for free no product but yours![/quote] Guess you have never purchased a Microsoft product then—or an Apple one for that matter. [/quote] Microsoft office 2010 User Resources - PDF Free download 12 extensive files to learn and use office
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    [quote user="Brother Mark"] hose of us who post in this forum have persevered to learn the program. Most people are less persistent. Back in the day when we used to get a credit for referring customers, I frequently pitched/demo'd Logos in my small group Bible studies. Of the dozen or so friends and fellow Bible students that I know purchased the product
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    [quote user="Jesse Blevins"] I can remember years ago buying Libronix based software in a store and getting about a 200 page manual that came with it. The print was very small but at least it was a manual that explained how to do certain things with the software (various searches, etc..). Logos 7 should definitely include some kind of ebook manual that
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    Listen, I want to have a user manual as a book in my library, not online and not a video. A book I can read offline that will teach me everything about the program I need to know... It should come with that don't you think This program ought to have That and not some ? in the top right which give me mabe 3 lines on how to do something..
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    [quote user="SineNomine"] If it's not too late, I think it would be a charitable act on the part of the original poster to change the thread name. [/quote] OK
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    [quote user="Mike Pettit"] Hardly any software comes with a manual in this day and age, you need to get out more. [/quote] ]Not true I buy very expensive software all the time... The last program I bought was over a thousand dollars and came with 14 PDF manuals, one for each phase of the program and wasn't a 2 min video each manual is over a 100 pages
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    [quote user="Mark"]At any case, in the vacuum, others have produced manuals, videos etc for free or much cheaper which many avail themselves of. If you are not sure where to find the links, just ask and someone will post those links here.[/quote] If someone has a link to a User Manual pleas add it...
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    Yes Venting,
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Logos 7 - What should it offer?

    How about a Free user manual
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    [quote user="Ted Hans"] This is rather harsh. If you are really that bothered, better write to him. There are many information on how to use Logos 6 , I am not sure if that is what you want. [/quote] I'm simply saying I think it is rather sad to charge people for a user manual when they purchase over $2000 dollars worth of software (who's really being
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
  • Re: Shame on Bob and Faithlife!

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"] [quote user="Bryan S."]I have never bought any product that didn't come with a user manual for free no product but yours![/quote] Have you ever bought a third party product that helps you understand a software program? The manual you cite is produced by Morris Proctor. [/quote] Who is the official Logos Trainer Right, which
    Posted to General by Bryan S. on Mon, Dec 22 2014
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