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  • Re: Clippings

    [quote user="Sascha John"]I try to just drag the Clipping over, that's don't work...but if you highlight in a Resource and drag this over you get the Cite.[/quote] Thanks Sascha. Sorry for calling you John before. I wouldn't want someone calling me Calhoun. So, yes, that's a definite way of handling it. But I have been heavily using clippings and notes
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Clippings

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]I understand what you are saying - but the same applies if you copy a clipping to an external document unless you explicitly copy the citation as well.[/quote] I believe so. Is the only way around this to manually type out the source? It's not a big deal as I'm not typing a dissertation, and I don't publish my sermons.
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Clippings

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]To "quote" a response to indicate to whom you are responding, highlight a portion of text in the forum editor and click "Quote"[/quote] Like this?
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: A word about the sermon editor

    Thanks Graham!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Basic Search (should be a no brainer)

    MJ - Not sure what you mean by a temporary resource, but at this point I'll accept that maybe I got this quote elsewhere. Can't find Pursuit of God (where the quote comes from) in my library or in my order history. It seems like it would be a perfect freebie, though. I'm gonna give up on this one for now, so I can focus on the other Logos issues. Thanks
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Basic Search (should be a no brainer)

    Keep Smiling, I've tried with both and can't find it. But thank you- now I know yet another function! I'm giving up on this one as I've found the source.
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Highlighting

    Thanks to both of you for taking the time. Graham, come to think of it, I think I've done most of my highlighting on the iPad. I see now how to do it. MJ- I hope my use of the paperclip came across- my screenshot was attached that way. Also- I've watched a number of training videos; in fact, I've compiled a list of them so I can check them off, and
    Posted to Logos 7 by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: A word about the sermon editor

    Graham Criddle, Thanks for the response. Here's my wish list so far.... 1. Make sure the term is consistent. Is it "sermon editor" or what is currently listed as "sermon." 2. If this is a top feature/function, place it in a more prominent place. It is not actually a document, but that is where it is listed. If I want to start a fresh sermon editor,
    Posted to Logos 7 by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: A word about the sermon editor

    Thanks Mike. This was helpful.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Pulpit Commentary missing items

    Thanks MJ!
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Basic Search (should be a no brainer)

    Thanks Keep Smiling! No such luck here. I ran it again, and this is what I got:
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Clippings

    John, thanks for the response. My other response was to MJ, and I clicked "reply" but it doesn't list it under her response. So this is for you, the other is for MJ. Sorry MJ! John, I'm trying to use Logo's sermon writer function, rather than go to word or another word processing program. I like the way Logos automatically converts parts of the sermon
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Clippings

    Sure. To write a sermon, I go to Documents>Sermon, and start writing a sermon. But I want to use all those clippings and notes I saved up. However, I cannot seem to copy a whole entry from clippings or notes to my sermon. The source citation is lost.
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Highlighting

    Posted to Logos 7 by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Highlighting

    For years it seems, I simply do a 2-finger tap on a text and then choose "highlight." Maybe I'm losing my mind, but I can't do that now. I drag the pointer over the text, and do a 2-finger tap (MacBook), and get what you see in the attached picture. Neither choosing File,Edit,View, or any other menu item in the top left allows me to highlight. Can someone
    Posted to Logos 7 by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Clippings

    Can someone please explain "clippings" and "notes" to me? The benefit of using a computer is to be able to copy and paste from one place to another. Yet after I copy tons of quotes to "notes" and "clippings" I cannot then move them to my sermon, without having to go to the original source- an extra step, an extra window. I expect more from software
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Basic Search (should be a no brainer)

    In writing a sermon, I found a great quote that began with "the church is famishing." I copied it to clippings, but forgot to copy the source or original author. Since I got the quote from my Logos Bible Software, I was certain it would be easy to just search for it. Unfortunately, none of the three search bars revealed the quote. I put it in quotations
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Mon, Nov 28 2016
  • Re: Pulpit Commentary missing items

    Thanks all for your help! So here it is: the Logos Version says "by various authors" without listing them, or in the least listing initials at the end, but only after some parts (i don't understand the logic here). Logos makes it look like this is one really long sermon. Google Books lists these homilies, and cites the various authors by full last name
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Tue, Nov 15 2016
  • Re: Pulpit Commentary missing items

    Thabks John. My first clue. I think I've figured it out.
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Tue, Nov 15 2016
  • Re: Pulpit Commentary missing items

    I don't think this is so easily solved. See, the initials are not at the end of the sermon, they are dropped periodically throughout what appears to be one sermon; and there are no initials at the very end. Who can explain why there are initials throughout and not at the end? Thanks all all for the responses so far!
    Posted to General by Len Calhoun on Tue, Nov 15 2016
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