Had to Abandon Your Seminary Library? Here’s Free Help

Seminaries across the country recently sent students home due to the coronavirus outbreak. Professors scrambled to get lectures and assignments online as students said goodbye and left their friends and classmates behind.  [Read more…]

Learning Logos: New and Improved Subfolders in Favorites

The recent release of Logos 8.12 contains a subtle but very helpful tweak to Favorites. We can now create subfolders without dragging and dropping folders!

If you use Favorites, then give this a go:

  • Choose Tools | Library | Favorites (A)
  • Click New Folder on the Favorites panel (B)
  • Type a name for the folder
  • Press the Enter key to save the name
  • Make sure the folder you just created is selected (highlighted) (C)
  • Click New Folder again on the Favorites panel (D)
  • Notice this new folder is a sub-folder of the selected folder (E)

You can continue creating folders within folders, as long as the desired folder is selected before you click New Folder(F)

As I said, a small, but powerful change to Logos.

To keep up with all of the ongoing changes to Logos, please check out 24/7 video training at mpseminars.com.

And don’t forget to follow faithlife.com/mpseminars, and you’ll automatically receive a FREE digital download of Dr. Grant Osborne’s commentary Ephesians Verse by Verse.


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.

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3 Reasons NIVAC Is So Popular—and Why Now Is the Time to Get It

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Is Joshua’s Altar on Mount Ebal in Israel Myth? Or Reality?

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Mount Gerizim, Schechem, Mount Ebal in Israel

By Ralph K. Hawkins

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Free Course Access to Focus on Faith during the Coronavirus Crisis

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Here’s how you can do it for free:  [Read more…]

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Logos March Matchups Voting Continues, but Deals Are Already Here!

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Round 3 of competition just ended, sending dozens of collections and Mobile Ed courses to the bench . . . but it’s okay, because that’s where the real fun happens. [Read more…]

Top Picks Sale: Get This ‘Rare Combination’ Reformed Commentary Set for 40% Off

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Included is the Reformed Expository Commentary (all 30 volumes) for about $10 per volume. [Read more…]