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.
If you’re like me, while reading a print book, you like marking up important points. Likewise, for years we’ve been able to highlight text in our Logos resources. Now, in Logos 6, we can go one step further. We can actually extract, view, and read just those highlights we’ve made in a book!
- Open a resource, such as Alone with God
- Choose Tools | Highlighting
- Expand a palette such as highlighter pens (A)
- Select some text in the resource (B)
- Click a style, such as green highlighter (C)
- Continue highlighting text as you desire
- Open another resource, such as Moral Foundations of Life
- Highlight text in this resource as well (D)
By default, when we use styles in the highlighter-pens palette, Logos creates a notes document called Highlighter Pens.
- Open the notes document by choosing the documents menu
- Click the Highlighter Pens file to open it
- Select Quotes as the view in which to display the notes (E)
- Notice the names of the resources in which text was highlighted (F)
- Click the arrow to the left of a resource to reveal all of the text that was highlighted in that specific resource (G)
As you can see, by utilizing the highlighting and quotes views, you can in essence produce a personal summary, comprising what you deem important of any resource in your library.
You can learn more about Logos 6 features in the Logos 6: What’s New? Manual and the Logos 6: What’s New? Video, now available on Pre-Pub.
Also be sure to register for an upcoming Camp Logos live training seminar, including the January events in Tampa and Houston.
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