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  • Re: Help with workflow and notes

    I think what I'm going to try next time is to open the workflow and then open an independent note. I will just follow the workflow but make one large one and see how it works out.
    Posted to Logos 8 by James Amos on Fri, Jan 3 2020
  • Help with workflow and notes

    I tried searching for this topic but can't find what I need(might be searching wrong). Ok I recently upgraded to Logos 8 and found the workflow guides. I started one of the Basic Bible Study Workflows, and have really enjoyed how much I'm getting out of the using them. My issue is the notes that I'm taking. As you progress through the workflow it give
    Posted to Logos 8 by James Amos on Thu, Jan 2 2020
  • Is it worth it to buy WBC now or should I wait? Also best place to view videos about how to get the most out of Logos.

    I've had Logos7 silver package for a few years now, but have never really gotten into using it much. Recently I started seminary and have found I will be in the need for some good commentaries and saw that the WBC was on sale for $830 and was wondering if I should jump on it or will it be on sale for a better price soon? I know I need the Genesis Vol
    Posted to General by James Amos on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: I'm overwhelmed, looking for help.

    Thanks for all the links and advice, I'll look into them over the weekend and if I come up with me questions I'll let y'all know.
    Posted to General by James Amos on Fri, Dec 30 2016
  • I'm overwhelmed, looking for help.

    I tried Logos a couple of years ago and chose to go with some other software at the time. I now have purchased a Logos 7 package and I am overwhelmed at the amount of options and information. Basically I don't know where to start with the guides. Main things I need help with how to use Logos to study the Bible for: 1. Personal growth and notes 2. Create
    Posted to General by James Amos on Fri, Dec 30 2016
  • Where is the interactive map

    I've been looking for the map that has the slider where you can see the old vs the new map.
    Posted to General by James Amos on Tue, Feb 10 2015
  • HOw do you find active groups?

    I've been looking for a study group to join but most I find are inactive.
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by James Amos on Mon, Feb 9 2015
  • Re: Quick question about notes and highlights.

    Thanks guys for all the help!!
    Posted to General by James Amos on Mon, Feb 9 2015
  • Re: Quick question about notes and highlights.

    Yes that makes sense and I have tried it out and works fine. I just have to have open the note file or create one first. One more thing about notes can I change them from reference to selection and vice versa?
    Posted to General by James Amos on Mon, Feb 9 2015
  • Re: Quick question about notes and highlights.

    OK I understand the difference between the selection and reference now. BUT if I want to add the selected verses to a note it only gives me one option it will not let me choose different note. it says: Add a Clipping Add a note to "Church Sermons" <<< which is the note I made this morning. Add community note Show Information I don't see where it will
    Posted to General by James Amos on Sun, Feb 8 2015
  • Re: Quick question about notes and highlights.

    Also is there a way to select a group of verses and make a new note from there cause all I see is NEW community note?!?
    Posted to General by James Amos on Sun, Feb 8 2015
  • Re: Quick question about notes and highlights.

    OK Graham I'm LOST! Let me start from the beginning. This morning I used my tablet to take notes during service. I selected the group of verses then clicked notes. I was able to take notes and highlight verses. I was HAPPY. Now I'm home and opened my laptop and see that the highlights are only on the 1 version which is ok with me I guess cause it is
    Posted to General by James Amos on Sun, Feb 8 2015
  • Quick question about notes and highlights.

    Is there a way for your highlights and notes to be seen on all Bibles instead of just the one it was originally taken on?
    Posted to General by James Amos on Sun, Feb 8 2015
  • Re: I'm new and looking for a little help with studying.

    Awesome I was looking for the setup and never found it, looked over it A LOT, lol. Yeah I understand that some of the resources won't be available just if I wanted to do any last lookups I would have all available that I could. Thanks ya'll have been a great help in getting started.
    Posted to General by James Amos on Fri, Feb 6 2015
  • Re: I'm new and looking for a little help with studying.

    Hey Graham thanks for the in depth response. 1. As far as my notes go I am looking at doing a in depth study. What I would like to do is start at the beginning of a book. select a group of verses eg. v1-5 then give a general overview of these then go verse by verse more in depth. I think I was in the right place I just didn't see where I could open
    Posted to General by James Amos on Fri, Feb 6 2015
  • Re: I'm new and looking for a little help with studying.

    @Erwin I've been watching those videos from Logos and youtube. @Lonnie I'll look into your link. I think it is just cause it is totally different than what I'm used to. Like the opersations to do the same things are different in each one.
    Posted to General by James Amos on Fri, Feb 6 2015
  • I'm new and looking for a little help with studying.

    I have been using Olive Tree for a couple of years and really like it but was looking for more resources to help with my personal study and with my lesson planning. I'v only had the program for a day.Here is a list of what I need help with: 1A.How do I make a group of notes for my study? I can make a note the sub notes under it eg Study on Romans then
    Posted to General by James Amos on Fri, Feb 6 2015
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