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All the Questions in the Bible

Today's post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars and provides many training materials. Over the past few months several...

Instant Concordance for Any Resource

In the daily devotional, My Utmost for His Highest, Oswald Chambers refers to Abraham in the entry for March 27. After reading and reflecting on this passage, I wondered to myself if Chambers mentions Abraham elsewhere in My Utmost. I discovered the...

Visual Filter for a Greek Lemma

In response to a recent blog about Visual Filters a Logos user e-mailed the following to me: I am enjoying very much your “how to” explanations in Logostalk, especially the recent post about using visual filters.  I have begun to create my own and I...

Place All Search Results in One Panel

If you’ve been to Camp Logos before you know that I’m a big fan of the right click menu. If you haven’t been then I encourage you to open a Bible in Logos and start right clicking. You can access many powerful features through this context sensitive...

Logos 4.5 Highlights Equal Notes

The recently released Logos 4.5 contains numerous new features especially in the areas of Notes and Highlighting. For the next few blogs I’d like to walk you some of these exciting enhancements. The main point to now remember about highlighting is...

Graph Bible Search Results

The old adage, “a picture is worth a thousand words”, may partially be true with Logos Bible searching. To find out what I mean try this: Click the Search icon to open the Search panel Select Bible as the search type Set from the...

Search Highlighting Styles

If you’re like I am you can relate to this scenario: We read a print book highlighting the main points in blue as we go. After completing the book, we ask ourselves, Now where was that insight the author gave about obeying God? So we flip back...

Proximity Search for Greek Words

Normally I try to address as many people as possible in my Monday blogs. Today, however, is an exception as I pass along a very specific Greek tip that I e-mailed a Logos user in response to his question: I was wondering if there was a way to search...