See Every Cross Reference in a Passage

In response to last week’s blog post a fellow Logos user asked the following question:

Thanks for the helpful tip, but I have a slightly different scenario. How do I add embedded cross references in a Bible to a Passage List since the references themselves don’t appear, but only superscript letters?

This is a great observation and excellent question! To assist us, we’re going to add Power Lookup to the Passage List.

Here’s what I mean:

  • Choose Documents | Passage List
  • Name the document anything you like (A)

  • Open a Bible, containing embedded cross references identified with superscript letters, (B) to any passage (C)

  • Choose Tools | Power Lookup
  • Select, in the Bible, text containing embedded cross references (D)
  • Notice Power Lookup displays the text of those cross references (E)
  • Click Copy on the Power Lookup panel (F)

  • Click the Add link on the Passage List (G)
  • Select …clipboard from the drop down list (H)

  • Notice the verses from Power Lookup which are cross references from the Bible are added to the Passage List! (I)

For more tips regarding Power Lookup be sure to check out the Logos 7 Training Manuals Volumes 1-3 in print or digital.

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Morris Proctor
is a certified trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

Comments

  1. GILBERT BAHAM says:

    HOW DO I FIND ALL CROSS REF

  2. Don Cameron says:

    I could not see a cross reference list in my power lookup until i linked power lookup with the bible i was using.

  3. I am using a mac book pro
    same with me as:
    Don Cameron says:
    February 20, 2018 at 7:19 pm
    I could not see a cross reference list in my power lookup until i linked power lookup with the bible i was using.

    thnks for the tip

  4. karl Stanfield says:

    Yup, need to link it with the Bible open. Also very helpful to be able to sort the NT references!

    Thanks