Logos 5: Alignment Indicators in the Reverse Interlinear

Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

A Logos user recently emailed me this question:

How can I find out what the symbols (arrows, bullets, etc.) mean in the reverse interlinear?

Fortunately, I’ve examined this in volume 2 of the Logos Bible Software Training Manual, so I sent the questioner the following image from the book:


If you find this helpful, I think you’ll thoroughly enjoy both volume 1 and volume 2 of the Logos Bible Software Training Manual. Together, these volumes discuss most of Logos’ features in detail and illustrate them with numerous screenshots.

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  1. Can someone tell me if Logos has a symbol to click on to pronounce Hebrew words like in the passage guide to pronounce Greet words?

  2. I must be looking in the wrong place because I don't see it

  3. In the Exegetical Guide for the NT there a symbol of a horn to click on to hear the pronunciations of the Greet word. When I look in the OT I do not see the symbol to hear the Hebrew word pronounced. Is there a place where I can hear the Hebrew word pronounced, so that I can hear the correct pronunciation of the word?

  4. George Hull says:

    Logos is producing the Audio for that currently. It is on PrePub here https://www.logos.com/product/5960/hebrew-audio-pronunciations

  5. David Pereira says:

    I believe the Hebrew pronunciation tool is in the process of being developed to be released later. (It's quite a big task, of course).