Any way to print a verse with parsing.

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Lankford Oxendine | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jul 26 2011 5:29 PM

Any way to copy a verse (both English and Greek) with the associated morphology into a Word document for printing?  Thanks!

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Mark Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jul 26 2011 5:37 PM

Lankford,

If you display what you want to print in Logos (use the Display menu on the resource reference bar to select what you want) then use CRTL-P to go the the Print/Export screen, you can export the result to a Word document. Will this do what you are looking for?

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Lankford Oxendine | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jul 26 2011 10:46 PM

Thanks for the reply.  When I select a passage using the method you suggested and hit paste into Word, it just pastes the Bible text and nothing else.

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 27 2011 1:59 AM

Lankford Oxendine:
When I select a passage using the method you suggested and hit paste into Word, it just pastes the Bible text and nothing else.

From Logos 4 Print/Export, appears can print Reverse Interlinear or Interlinear showing English and Greek with morphology, but copy to clipboard or create new Word document only shows top line (English or Greek) vis all display lines.

Note: tried using Logos 4.3 Beta 13 with Word 2010 using ESV and NA27 with English Interlinear resources.

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spitzerpl | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 27 2011 4:06 AM

The closest I can come up with is to select the Save as webpage option, open the saved file in a web browser and then paste that into Word. It is not pretty though. It includes all the information, not just the morph.

<EDIT> Another option to consider is to do a screen shot of L4 if you can deal with the information in picture format.

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Rich DeRuiter | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 27 2011 8:38 AM

Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :):
but copy to clipboard or create new Word document only shows top line (English or Greek) vis all display lines.

Here's what I get with copying selected text ("Copy" "Selection" from the right-click menu, OR CTRL-C) from L4 to and pasting into MS Word 2010:

It depends on the copy/paste options you use (Both "Keep Source Formatting" and "Merge Formatting" allow this):

But comes up this way by default (for me, at least):

 

When I paste into Word I get that clipboard icon, which won't go away until I change something on the page. Just click on that and select your paste options.

Does this work for you?

EDIT: Oh, this only works with the RI information displayed "Inline" (not with the RI information only displayed in the bottom panel of the Bible pane). Copy/paste seems to select whatever text you have displayed there. It also pastes as a table. Not very elegant looking, but there's really no other way to keep everything inline--though you could do it yourself, with enough time and editing prowess.

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Lankford Oxendine | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 27 2011 9:05 AM

Thanks everyone for your help.  

Richard,

Your method actually works fairly well with the exception of the verse reference.  I can always add that in myself.  Thanks again!

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Brother Mark | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 27 2011 9:08 AM

 

Hiya,  If you are using Win7 or Vista do this:

  1. Bring up the passage or book and hit F11 to put it into full screen mode (unless the display looks good to you the way it is).
  2. Click the Windows Start button, and type "snip", the Snipping Tool will open and tell you to "Drag the cursor around the area you want to capture.
  3. Move your cursor to the top left corner of the are you want to capture, press and hold the Left Mouse Button, and drag the cursor to the bottom right corner of the area you want to capture.
  4. Release the Left Mouse Button, and Snipping Tool will open its clipboard with an image of the area you just captured.  Click on Edit and select Copy to place the image on the Windows Clipboard.
  5. Now you can paste the image into any kind of document, presentation, or you can save it to disk as a .PNG, .GIF, .JPG file.
  6. Done!

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