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Jim Bradford | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Oct 26 2020 6:39 PM

I used the "Adult Questions for LessonMaker" resource often. The book opens in Logos, but it is blank.  There are no 'pages' to go to.

I realize that the actual "LessonMaker" features are not coming to Logos.  I don't care about it's implementation into the word processor (like WordSearch used to do).  I just want to be able to use the questions for creating a Bible study.

If you've never used it, it was a book with questions for every single chapter in the entire Bible.  It had opening questions, textual questions, & application questions.

If you have the book, can you check in your Logos to see if there are any actual questions?  Or does someone know any info on this?

Just in case you're wondering, the actual book of questions was not an exclusive WordSearch thing.  I had the same material in an actual book from the 90's.

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Jim Bradford:

I used the "Adult Questions for LessonMaker" resource often. The book opens in Logos, but it is blank.  There are no 'pages' to go to.

Is it Adult Questions for LESSONmaker or Adult Questions Index for LESSONmaker (emphasis added)?

The former hasn't been brought to Logos yet; it's 0:347 at https://www.logos.com/wordsearch/catalog 

The latter has exactly the same content (i.e., one page) as the equivalent volume in Wordsearch.

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Bradley Grainger (Faithlife):

The latter has exactly the same content (i.e., one page) as the equivalent volume in Wordsearch.

And since this isn't very useful, you may want to hide it: https://wiki.logos.com/Hiding_Books 

(It was only brought over because we automatically converted a large batch of Wordsearch EPUBs.)

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