- Is there a way to change the export fonts in Logos?
- Copying text
- I am not aware where just a specific font can be set up for this. When you copy a verse, you can specify a style (or create your own). In a style you can specify which MS-Word style to use (assuming you are using MS-Word). Or you can select Text Only, which should keep the formatting in the destination application. To see both options, right click a verse and in the menu on the right see the options after Copy: - the "More" option allows you to define an own style, incl a MS-Word style. Selecting Help gives a good overview of the possibilities. Not sure if these options help.
- Thank You!
- I would like to be a part of the seminars
- Hi MO, I would like to be added to MP Seminars online group. Pls send me the invitation. Thanks in advance. With kind regards Samuel
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- Can you update this article to version 9.? "How to Find Every Eschatological Reference in the Bible"How to Find Every Eschatological Reference in the BibleA recent question from a Logos user is a great way to show off the power of a tool available in the Full Feature Set which appears in base collections Bronze and above. First the question: I am looking for a way to search for all eschatological references in the Bible. If that is not […]www.logos.com
- Mo has produced a work which explains how to create a Personal Book of the contents of my library and a bibliography of the contents of my library. What is the name of the production? Thank you.
- Thank you. It is for my Logos library.
- Oops , just noticed that I only mentioned info on PBs in M. Proctor's seminar website. The steps to make a personal book of the contents of our Logos library is fairly simple: 1. Use the Collection Tool to make a new collection, call it e.g. "My Logos Books", just use * as a rule which will then build a collection of any/all your Logos items in your library. Sort the results alphabetically by author. 2. In Collection panel menu use then "save as bibliography" to save it as a bibliography document. 3. Open this bibliography from Documents and use its panel menu to "print/export" to a Word docx file (just always use the same name, such as "My Logos Books". 4. Open "Personal Books" tool from Tools and "Add book", give it a title ("My Logos Books"), add your name ("last name, first name") and then click on "add file" and navigate to select the saved docx file. Finally "build book", and the personal book will be compiled and opened upon completion. I hope this helps, if someone would like to have a PB of all their resources in their Logos library.
- Thank you very much. BE
- I would like to create a visual filter that highlights all place names; Jerusalem, Bethlehem, etc.
- You may find faster and better responses from the Logos Visual Filters group (https://faithlife.com/logos-visual-filters/activity) or even the Logos Search group (https://faithlife.com/logos-search/activity) or Logos Syntax Search group (https://faithlife.com/logos-syntax-search/activity) for specific help like this.