This video covers installing Logos, signing in and first-time indexing.
Very good, Mark. Thanks.
I found this understandable and complete. Thank you.
Logos Bible is very good its very convenient
I understand bible study with hard copy. Can Logos take a Greek or Hebrew word and give you the various translations of that word in the Septuagint. If coming from the Greek could you the get the various Hebrew words that were translated into the Greek word in the Septuagint. If coming from the Hebrew could you get the various words in Greek in the Septuagint translation. While the Septuagint is a translation, I have thought that this may give insight to how the OT sees the NT, and so on. Can I get an actual count of the use of the various words and bring a list up in either the the original language or in English. (sort of like an Englishman’s concordance. Can I also choose a word out of the Septuagint and see all the Hebrew words it represents in that translation. Being able to do this would allow me to see the differences in how various books use the words. It may allow for deeper shades of meaning.
Charles, I answered your question over at http://community.logos.com/forums/p/45335/337684.aspx#337684 as it’s easier to post screenshots over there.
Thank you so much for the vidoes. I’m not a complete idiot when it comes to using a computer, but I’m certainly far from being a computer guru. Without your videos I would have managed to utilize the Logos 4 software and resources and would have been thrilled with the results I was able to achieve. However, with your videos guiding me I’ve unlocked several functions I would have never even thought to look for. Thank you so much sir for taking the time to make these videos for other’s benefit. God bless you and your work!
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