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Ron Lundin | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Mar 15 2019 5:38 AM

Is there a tutorial on how to use this feature? For example, I would like to export a Workflow and print it. I cannot figure out how to do it. I think this feature would accomplish the task. And it would also give me more flexibility to do the same in other areas.

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Fred Chapman | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Mar 15 2019 6:54 AM

The Copy location feature will not help you export or print a workflow, that is not possible right now. For documents and resources that are enabled for printing and exporting, you would use the Print/Export function.

The copy location feature creates the ability to copy a link to a document or resource in various formats.

Copy location as HTML would be used for pasting the link to an HTML code

<a target="_blank" href="https://ref.ly/Mt18.21;ESV" class="bibleref" title="Matthew 18:21">Matthew 18:21</a>&nbsp;<a href="logosres:esv;ref=BibleESV.Mt18.21;off=135">&raquo;</a>

Copy location as URL will create a link similar to what you would see on an web page or email. It requires Logos and that resource to be installed on the computer executing the link

https://ref.ly/logosres/esv?ref=BibleESV.Mt18.21&off=135

Copy location as L4 is similar to URL except it does not require an internet connection. If a user has Logos installed on their computer, and rights to that document or resource, the L4 link will open that document or resource

logosres:esv;ref=BibleESV.Mt18.21;off=135

Copy location as Wiki creates a link to a resource or document for use on a Logos Wiki page

[[Matthew 18:21 >> https://ref.ly/logosres/esv?ref=BibleESV.Mt18.21&off=135]]

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Mark Barnes | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Mar 15 2019 7:03 AM

Ron Lundin:

Is there a tutorial on how to use this feature? For example, I would like to export a Workflow and print it. I cannot figure out how to do it. I think this feature would accomplish the task. And it would also give me more flexibility to do the same in other areas.

Copy Location allows you to link directly to resources or tools. So I could paste a copied link like this one (logosres:esv;ref=BibleESV.Jn3.16), which would take you straight John 3:16 in the ESV.

That's got nothing to do with exporting and printing, of course.

All Logos resources have a print/export option, found by clicking the three dots ⋮ at the top right of it's panel. Most Logos tools/guides also have a print/export option in the same place, but unfortunately, that doesn't include the workflow. There's therefore currently no way to print/export a workflow.

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