Morris Proctor’s Tips & Tricks Blog Is Back

Morris Proctor is well known as an authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. For more than a decade, he has been traveling around the country holding Camp Logos events where he trains people how to take advantage of the power of the Libronix Digital Library System.

In May of 2006, we decided to start a blog for Morris to share some of his helpful training tips. Twice a week—every Wednesday and Saturday—there was something new to help users learn how to use Logos better. Here are some example posts:

The Tips & Tricks blog somehow managed to fall off the radar several months ago. Users have expressed how much they miss it, so we’re finally starting to add new content on a regular basis.

Starting today, you’ll again see regular tips from Morris. If you don’t already have it bookmarked, head on over to http://tips.logos.com/ and add it to your favorites. If you’d rather see it in your RSS reader, the feed to subscribe to is http://feeds.feedburner.com/MorrisProctorsTipsTricks. For your convenience, we’ve also built it right into the blog section of your Logos home page.

Today’s post is entitled "Seeing Multiple Devotions on the Home Page." Check it out.

Comments

  1. Many thanks for getting Morris’ “Tips and Tricks” back on the radar. I’ve missed them, and wondered where they went.
    Steve

  2. Joan Korte says:

    Thanks, Phil, for all your efforts. I, too, wondered where Morris’s Tip were. Plus, thanks for all your efforts in the Blog. You seem to engender some very intersting posts. Thought provoking and informative. God bless

  3. “Well done good and faithful servant.”

  4. Thanks! I missed seeing it. I so appreciate the things I have been able to learn from the Blogs.
    Shalom!
    Kevin

  5. Richard Porter says:

    I have a converted from a PC to a MAC and uploaded the Logos MAC engine. I find the MAC software similar, but also different. Are you going to produce a DVD for operating Logos on a MAC like you did for the PC?

  6. Morris on the Reference Target tip you gave when I went into my version of Logos 4 I could not find “Reference Target” as an option, I did find however, “Send Hyperlinks here”. I was to them make every bible reference in a commentary for example open in that window. If this was the purpose of your tip up top I just wanted to let you know what happened to me. Thanks for the tip I was wondering how to do this for some time and couldn’t remember. Blessings to you.