Learning Logos: Sometimes ‘Find’ Is All You Need

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As you well know, Logos has a powerful search engine that allows us to find almost anything we need in our books and Bibles. Sometimes, however, we just don’t need all that power. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Easily Navigate Workflow Steps

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If we ask 10 Logos users, “What’s the most significant addition to Logos 8?” half will probably say the new Notes tool, and the other half, Workflows. Workflows are literally step-by-step suggested methodologies for biblical research. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Enhancements to Notes in 8.4

Perhaps the greatest addition to Logos 8 is the new Notes tool. Understandably then, the makers of our software continue to tweak and enhance this incredible database. The recent release of 8.4 brought several such improvements, so in this blog, I’ll highlight a few. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Send Note Content to a New Sermon Document

I hope you’re making use of Guides and Workflows for your biblical research. Also, as you uncover insights about passages or topics, I trust you’re saving them in Notes. These tools are great for our study, but as you’ve probably discovered, Guides, Workflows, and Notes are not designed to produce the finished product of a sermon manuscript or Bible lesson. That’s what the Sermon Editor is for. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Produce Instant Cross-References for a Passage

A popular way of studying the Bible is through cross-references. Perhaps you enjoy reading a passage and then tracking down verses somehow related to your passage. If so, this blog is for you!

I want to show you a little trick that will produce instant cross-references for your passage: [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Access Pericopes from the Go Box

The recently released Logos 8.4 contains numerous tweaks providing enhancements designed hopefully to make our Bible study a little more powerful or enjoyable.

One such change is: with the simple addition of the word “study” in the Go box we can access pericopes (sections in the Bible). [Read more…]

Logos Learning: Bookmark the Passage You’re Studying

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I recently received the following scenario from a fellow Logos user:

Normally I study passages so I open my preferred Bible to a specific text to exegete. Inevitably during my research, I leave the passage to look up cross-references. Is there a quick way to return to the passage I’m studying without retying the reference or using the history feature? [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Quickly Make Verse Slides from Resource Text

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If you’re a preacher, teacher, or small group leader, there’s a good chance this scenario has happened to you:

You’re reading in a commentary, study guide, book of outlines, or journal where you come across a list of Scripture verses the author mentions. You think to yourself, “I need those verses on slides to display for my listeners.” So you (or someone close to you) begin the tedious task of making verse slides for presentation. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to See Only Resource Highlights from a Specific Style

In response to a recent blog about Highlighting, a fellow Logos user posted this question:

Is there a way search just for a particular color of highlight, like if you use different colors for each topic or subject in a book? That would be so very helpful for those of us who overuse the highlighter. [Read more…]

How to Easily Restore a Deleted Logos Document

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Housed on the Docs menu are various types of files we can create in Logos such as Prayer List, Passage List, Word List, Reading Plan, and more.

Once created, to delete one of these files we simply return to the Docs menu, right-click on its name, and select Delete. [Read more…]