10 – Notes

This is the 10th video in a series of tutorial videos, and focusses on notes. In it you’ll learn the difference between the three different types of notes: unattached notes, notes attached to a reference, and notes attached to specific text. You’ll see how to add hyperlinks to notes, and how notes can be re-ordered, moved, or deleted. Finally, we’ll look at displaying or hiding notes in your resources.

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4 Responses to 10 – Notes

  1. Donny Holley says:

    Thanks so much for making this section a lot clearer. I have greatly enjoyed your videos. The videos have help me understand Logos 4 better and given me some handles in learning the software. May the Lord richly bless you and the servant heart you display in helping others like me become a better steward in learning God’s Word.

  2. Wynton Williams says:

    Again, very well done. I can see you are well acquainted with this software and that you are well-gifted as a teacher. Thanks much.

  3. John says:

    This was so useful. Took me an hour as I wanted to stop and do the example on my Logos and each time then moved on to the next exercise. Thanks so much. You made it so clear.

  4. Pete says:

    Note taking in Verbum/Logos is lame. I wish it were more intuitive. If I’m reading Mathew and I don’ have that note file open then I either have to open a note or create a note. In the Notes file itself there is no nesting. I wish notes could be chained so that if I am taking notes on a subject I can jump from note to note. For such a robust software package this part leaves a lot to be desired.

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