2 – First steps

This video covers the absolute basic of using Logos Bible Software: finding, opening and reading a book; the Home Page and “Go” button; setting your preferred Bible. It introduces the three guides: Passage Guide, Exegetical Guide and Bible Word Study, and demonstrates searching, before showing you how to resize and move panels and tabs.

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17 Responses to 2 – First steps

  1. Daryl Kopp says:

    A very helpful entry-level look around. A good first video to answer the question, “Now what?” Thank you.

  2. Lonnie Ritchie says:

    This gets us off to a great start with Logos 4. Thanks, Mark.

  3. Josh Hunt says:

    helpful resource. thanks!

  4. Rick Abshier says:

    Thanks so much for these very helpful videos!

  5. Willie says:

    Thanks Mark, I’ve been trying to understand Logos Bible software for a long time and this video has given more insight or understanding than any thing else I’ve tried. Very helpful. Thanks

  6. Kim says:

    Thank you so much for this great overview. I discovered helpful nuances that had escaped me. Very helpful.

  7. Maxine says:

    God bless you for the time and patience you have invested in helping us enjoy and utilize Logos. I am brand new to the software and cannot thank you enough for your videos. Far better training than I have found anywhere else. Thank you for being such a valuable resource as I begin this new adventure in Bible study!

  8. peggy says:

    Hello and THANKS SO MUCH for the videos which helps immensely, without them I would NOT be using this software. My question to you is how did you get 6 boxes or more to open as your study format? I have a large computer screen and I don’t need each of them to be so big. I can only get 4 at one time to open. I want 6 boxes. One for all my bibles I use in my study, one box for all my commentaries, one box for all the books I read, one for my prayer list and maybe one for the information box. The format layout is only 4 squares.
    peggy

  9. Mark Barnes says:

    Peggy, you can create more ‘boxes’ (they’re called panels in Logos) by simply dragging tabs or new resources to the place in the layout you want them to appear.

    • peggy says:

      Mark,
      thank you so much for the reply. IT WORKED!!!!! I have looked for ever for this answer and no one knew how to do it.
      peggy

  10. Chris Dixon says:

    I installed Logos 4 Home Library for windows and there are no books or resources whatsoever, only the home page. I email Logos and a reply came from Jerry Godfrey asking me to call him. Living in Australia I can’t call USA without expense. I have explained this but have recieved no answer. I have uninstalled Logos and reinstalled but still no cigar. what can I do to get Logos up and running

  11. Dale says:

    Very helpful

  12. Jim says:

    Chris, I ordered the Morris Proctor video camp AND the John Fallahee bundle ($45USD) – LearnLogos.com. I found both to be very valuable for a newbie, which is what I am. Obviously, the LearnLogos material is a better value since it is 1/4 the price of the Camp Logos. Also, since you are in Australia, you can download all the LearnLogos stuff whereas the Camp Logos has to be mailed to you. I would recommend either to get you started. I’m glad I have reviewed both – they helped me. LearnLogos also has free webinars 3 times a month. Lastly, there are a ton of free videos available also. I think Mark Barnes has done a terrific job with free videos. Blessings to you as your use this powerful product.

  13. Martijn Mugge says:

    Helpful overview. Unfortunately the Word Study Guide does not bring anything up on my Logos 4. Could this be because I don’t have any Greek or Hebrew resources? I do have about 6 English Bibles on Logos so if I need to change some settings to get the Word Study Guide to work then please let me know.

  14. Rejean says:

    Hi Mark or anyone who can help me.
    I got Logos 4 and I would like to download your videos so I can learn offline (no internet where I’m gona stay).
    I click download but it does not download?
    I did download QuickTime from Apple, what should I do next?
    Thanks,
    Rejean

  15. Tom Clayton says:

    I’m new to Logos. I have Logos 5 running on Win 7. I’ve downloaded the video and it runs but I don’t get any audio. I’m using Win Media Player, I’ve checked the download audio volume, my computer volume, and still don’t get anything. Suggestions?

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