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.
A Logos user recently asked this question:
I’m studying the subject of heaven throughout Scripture. Is there a way to find all occurrences of “heaven” and its variants (“heavens,” etc.) without having to search for each individually?
Actually, there are several ways to locate a “family” of words in one search. Perhaps the easiest is what’s called a Match all word forms search.
Here’s how to set up it up:
- Click the search icon.
- Select Bible as the search type (A).
- Select a Bible, such as the English Standard Version, from the resources dropdown list (B).
- Select a range, such as the New Testament, from the verse dropdown list (C).
- Type a word—here, heaven—in the find box (D).
- Choose the search panel menu (E).
- Select Match all word forms (F).
- Press enter to generate the search.
- Notice that the results include “heaven,” “heavens,” and “heavenly”—all in one search! (G)
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