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MP Seminars: Logos 7 Training Manual Volumes 1–3 (Digital)

Publisher:
, 2016–2018
  • Format:Digital

$69.99

Overview

The Logos Bible Software Training Manuals Volumes 1-3 were designed to be sold as a complete set. This collection features 824 pages spanning 100 chapters, making it the perfect companion to your software. This digital set will guide you step by step through the vast majority of Logos capabilities. Keep this set handy and you’ll never be without practical instructions to help you unleash the power of Logos.

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Key Features

  • Volume 1: Includes 41 chapters and 322 pages
  • Volume 2: Includes 34 chapters and 244 pages
  • Volume 3: Includes 25 chapters and 260 pages
  • Easy to understand step by step instructions
  • Numerous color screenshots to illustrate the written explanations
  • Callouts to point you to the correct locations
  • Time saving keyboard shortcuts
  • Thorough Table of Contents
  • Helpful Index
  • And more!

Product Details

  • Title: Logos Bible Software 7 Training Manuals Volumes 1-3 Bundle (Digital)
  • Author: Morris Proctor
  • Publisher: MP|Seminars
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Volumes: 3
  • Pages: 826
  • Platform: PC and Mac
  • Version: Logos 7
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Logos Bible Software 7 Training Manual Volume 1

  • Author: Morris Proctor
  • Publisher: MP|Seminars
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Pages: 322

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

Logos 7 is here, and so are the NEW Logos 7 Training Manuals! Volume 1, in the 3-volume set, covers the foundational features you need to know to jumpstart your mastery of Logos Bible Software.

Contents:

  • Logos Desktop Overview
  • Home Page Overview
  • Home Page Bible Study
  • Custom Home Page Layouts
  • Passage Guide
  • Exegetical Guide
  • Bible Word Study
  • Sermon Starter Guide
  • Topic Guide
  • Custom Guides and Reports
  • Atlas
  • Bible Browser*
  • Bible Sense Lexicon
  • Concordance
  • Factbook
  • Timeline
  • Wikipedia
  • Information
  • Text Comparison
  • Library
  • Prioritized Resources
  • The Tab System
  • Resource Panels
  • Multiple Resources
  • Parallel Resources
  • Bible Cross References
  • Layouts
  • QuickStart Layouts
  • Overview of Searching
  • Search Collections
  • Basic Searching
  • Bible Searching
  • Corresponding Search Results
  • Inline Searching
  • Clause Searching
  • Morphology Searching
  • Media Searching
  • Right Mouse Searching
  • Cited By
  • Look Up and Power Lookup
  • Find

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Logos Bible Software 7 Training Manual Volume 2

  • Author: Morris Proctor
  • Publisher: MP|Seminars
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Pages: 244

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

Logos 7 is here, and so are the NEW Logos 7 Training Manuals! Volume 2, in the 3-volume set, continues practical and understandable instructions for various Logos features including numerous chapters on language tools.

Contents:

  • Command Box
  • Shortcuts Bar
  • History
  • Bookmarks
  • Favorites
  • Courses
  • Ask the Author
  • Groups
  • Media
  • Copy Bible Verses
  • Explorer
  • Passage Analysis
  • Highlighting
  • Labeling
  • Visual Filters
  • Community Tags
  • Corresponding Words
  • Reverse Interlinears
  • Hebrew and Greek Features
  • Discourse Analysis*
  • Reader’s Edition Interlinear
  • Grammatical Constructions
  • Lemma in Passage
  • Louw-Nida Numbers
  • Strong’s Numbers
  • Syntax
  • Timeline Resources
  • Bible Harmonies
  • Lectionary
  • Media Collection
  • Media Resources
  • Gestures
  • Drawing Mode
  • Program Settings

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Logos Bible Software 7 Training Manual Volume 3

  • Author: Morris Proctor
  • Publisher: MP|Seminars
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Pages: 260

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

Logos 7 is here, and so are the NEW Logos 7 Training Manuals! Volume 3, in the 3-volume set, provides even more helpful explanations for Logos features focusing especially on Documents and Interactive Resources.

Contents:

  • Documents
  • Bibliography
  • Clippings
  • Handout
  • Notes
  • Highlighting Notes
  • Community Notes
  • Morph Query*
  • Passage List
  • Prayer List
  • Reading Plan
  • Sentence Diagram
  • Sermon Editor
  • Syntax Search
  • Visual Filter Documents
  • Word Find Puzzle
  • Word List
  • Interactives
  • Biblical Interactives
  • Faceted Interactives
  • Graphical Interactives
  • Parallel Interactives
  • Textual Interactives
  • Sentence Datasets
  • Figurative Language Datasets

*Only in Logos Now

About Morris Proctor

Morris Proctor, authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software, offers three-day Camp Logos training seminars around the country. Ever since Logos Bible Software revolutionized his personal study, he has devoted his time through his company, Morris Proctor Seminars, to training Logos users to realize the software’s full potential. In the manuals, Morris Proctor distills some of his best seminar content into convenient, helpful reference guides.

Morris Proctor writes in plain English, not “computerese,” and offers practical tips that can be applied right away. His screenshots illustrate his written explanations. With these useful manuals, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you master Logos Bible Software!

Check the Camp Logos calendar for the next Camp Logos near you!

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  1. Dorothy Hill

    Dorothy Hill

    8 months ago

    I am a student of the Word of God. Not a scholar, pastor, or teacher. Just a lay person hungry for the Word of God. Just as many others here, I have invested significantly in my software. The value and experience that I gain from the product is worth what I paid. I thank God for the scholars, programmers, administrators, and others who make this software possible. I pray for God's covering, provision, and wisdom to keep this work going. I pray for the users to receive the value they seek from the product. I am a corporate trainer. There is a cost for training because it takes resources to build. It can be "hidden" in the cost of the product or separate. The benefit of it being separate is that people who want it can choose to buy it. Those who don't want it won't feel as if they are paying for something they aren't using. Consider other feature rich software programs on the market like the Microsoft or Adobe suites of products. Basic training is provided and those who want to go deeper can seek out training. Software training is an industry in itself. Not everyone wants or needs all features. The best way to learn a tool is to focus on the handful of features that will be used immediately, and then build from there as you gain proficiency. Use the basic training to build a solid foundation, then, if needed, consider the advanced training. As a user and fan, I want to humbly and respectfully provide feedback. I would like a way to "lend" books in my library with others similar to what I might do with books in a physical library. I would also like to see the favorites user interface improved. Think lower shelf of a book case with books that I am actively reading, with bookmarks. It would be easy to add and remove resources, accessible from any screen, would open to the location where I left off, and offer bookmarks. Thank you.
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  2. Forrest Cole

    Forrest Cole

    almost 2 years ago

    55555
  3. Paul Rowlands

    Paul Rowlands

    about 3 years ago

    44444
  4. Deliverance By Grace Fellowship
    The free training only cover the basic, I believe the manual covers more specific areas.
    Reply

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  6. Edward Wright

    Edward Wright

    about 3 years ago

    55555
    should be free
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  7. Art

    Art

    over 3 years ago

    44444
  8. Stefan Köttl

    Stefan Köttl

    over 3 years ago

    44444
  9. Earl R Click Jr

    Earl R Click Jr

    over 3 years ago

    Cant understand why the digital costs as much as the print but than again I am clueless about the cost to digitize books. Is there an advantage to the digital other than its always there?
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  10. Eddie King

    Eddie King

    over 3 years ago

    I agree with what everyone is saying about the User Manual, these should be included with the product. I have spent more money than I should have on software, and am constantly offered more resources, that I do not want or need. I have decided there are only a few more resources that I want, when they are on special I will consider spending more money, but there is no bottomless pit of money. I too would question recommending Logos to others for this very reason; they don't seem to care about their existing customers. I have been using Logos for years and still have only a basic knowledge of all the features of logos; even after watching many training videos and the MP Logos 6 Training Manuals. I was considering buying the MP Training Manuals Logos 7, but where does it end? Next they will bring out Logos 8 and want you to spend more money. The truth is NEVER popular. This company clearly demonstrates that they are are DOLLAR DRIVEN and NOT CHRIST DRIVEN.
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  11. Dean Mees

    Dean Mees

    over 3 years ago

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    OK LOGOS Support/Marketing/Sales. You have heard from your users. Why should we pay for a User Manuel? What is your response?
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  12. Dr John W Adams

    Dr John W Adams

    over 3 years ago

    Like others who have posted previously, I have invested a large amount in Logos since the time when it was loaded one floppy disk at a time. This training should be free to anyone who invests in a bronze or above package. You are making enemies of your loyal customers instead of friends by following your marketing plan in recent years. This is typical of your shortsightedness. I think Michael Sobol stated the issue clearly. I would just add that a Toyota is not as complex to learn as is your software. :-) You have a good product but your marketing department is costing you future customers, a reality that puts your current customers in future jeopardy.
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  13. Michael Sobol

    Michael Sobol

    over 3 years ago

    I've used Logos from the its very beginnings back in the early 1990's! I loved the first edition which is a ghost of the present robust system. I've invested more money into all of Logos' upgrades and purchased so many books beyond what comes in the base packages I own that I can't keep track of all I own to know what I have to use! I agree with the common thought tread below about paying for "how to" books about Logos. Can you imagine buying a brand new car and then having to pay extra for the operator's manual and all the other books that go with the car?? My Toyota came with two thick books for using the electronics in the dash and one for the car itself. They also threw in a book for repair history and a few others! I did not have to pay a separate fee for those books. Imagine if Toyota would start charging a separate price for those books, I wonder how customers would feel?
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  14. Anthony Adams

    Anthony Adams

    over 3 years ago

    Is the numbering system correct? Everything is correct? All the volumes are number 1?
    Reply

  15. FCHeights

    FCHeights

    over 3 years ago

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  16. Marchaz Stout

    Marchaz Stout

    over 3 years ago

    From the business perspective I understand the need to sell the user manual for the software purchased. Maybe if consideration was taken to hide the cost within the base package at discount or offer it as an option the headache or the negative connotation wouldn't be felt amongst consumers. I too have purchased recourses through logos in amounts exceeding $15K but it all means nothing if there is a lack of understanding to effectively use the software. I hate the feeling of being knickled and dimed at every corner and can only pray a consensus in met.
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  17. Myke Harbuck

    Myke Harbuck

    over 3 years ago

    22222
    There is no bigger fan of Logos and Faithlife than I. However, I must admit that this bothers me. I have over $25,000 invested in Logos, and more than 11,000 resources. Yet I have to purchase manuals to learn how to use the software. I get that there are Pro videos, Wiki pages, etc, but Logos best foot forward in terms of training (such as these manuals) should be free to customers who own a basic package, or, at the very least, to those who are Now subscribers. Customers have complained about this very issue for a long time, to no avail.
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  18. Drew Rivera

    Drew Rivera

    almost 4 years ago

    This is the one area that Logos is really lacking. training. these volumes should be free or at least updated for each release. I should not have to buy a set each time you update, I have bought for previous releases. While the pro training is helpful, when you are working on something and need help quick it is hard to find it. You make a great product which I have used and supported for more years then I can remember and have bought and updated logos for my son but you need to help us make better use of it with better help and free manuals! I understand that quality cost so I have paid for quality manual and personal training like at a camp will have a significant cost but to continually pay for manual on top of an expensive product is getting to be a problem please help us.
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  19. Dr. Ricky Ray

    Dr. Ricky Ray

    almost 4 years ago

    Will these volumes be updated as Logos is updated?
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  20. Graham A Clay

    Graham A Clay

    almost 4 years ago

    Hmm...I have to say I agree: this should really be free when you're paying four figures for software! How about making the volumes three consecutive "free books of the month" through the summer?
    Reply

  21. JAMES BARNES

    JAMES BARNES

    almost 4 years ago

    It is surprising that such a high priced software package would try to sell the training manuals separately.
    Reply

  22. Rev. Bill Woods

    Rev. Bill Woods

    almost 4 years ago

    55555
  23. Bill Bienia

    Bill Bienia

    almost 4 years ago

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  24. William Booth

    William Booth

    about 4 years ago

    I replied to Scot Cameron's post, however, I want people to see this. I agree with him that they should be included in base packages. I've been to two MP seminars, for Logos 5 and Logos 6, and after owning Logos since it first came out, I still only know the basics. When people ask me about Bible software, I steer them away from Logos to Wordsearch since it is easier to use. If you want people like me to help Logos, then help us learn it better. You have got to try and meet us half way.
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  25. Scott Cameron

    Scott Cameron

    about 4 years ago

    Sorry, but these Manuals should be included in the base packages.
    Reply

  26. Bill

    Bill

    about 4 years ago

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  27. Wayne L Owens

    Wayne L Owens

    over 4 years ago

    if purchased the print, does the digital accompany?
    Reply

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