TIP of the day - oldies weekend: Top ten tips/suggestions

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jul 18 2015 1:42 AM

Allen Browne:

You want a top-10 suggestions?

  1. Prioritize your resources, so Logos offers definitions from your preferred dictionaries/lexicons first.
  2. Use the Information window (Tools | Lookup) to check your understanding as you read.
  3. Right-click words, places, people to get more info about them.
  4. Create collections (e.g. English dictionaries) so you can search within them, and for authors so you can power-lookup who quotes them.
  5. Create your own passage guide (Guides | Make a new guide template), using your own collections (e.g. preferred commentaries.)
  6. Use a floating window for Search, Library, and Collections, so you can take it full-screen and see all the columns.
  7. Add tags and short names to your resources, to make them easier to find and call up.
  8. Use the Command box to open things, e.g. "open kjv in a new window".
  9. If you are studying several things at once, create a layout for each.
  10. Assign letters to your favorite highlighters.


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Allen Browne | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jul 18 2015 2:26 AM

MJ. Smith:
Allen Browne:

You want a top-10 suggestions?

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Very happy to contribute to your "oldies" weekend, MJ. :-)

Seriously, thanks for tips you post. Appreciated.

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