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  1. Timothy Jenney

    #102) Key Numbers

    The latest podcast is another celebration of Accordance's twentieth anniversary! [basic: Accordance 10] Key numbers are a numerical system designed to help people with little or no knowledge of Hebrew or Greek. They identify the most important words in the Bible, enabling those who do not read the ancient, original languages to do basic word searches and studies. Once upon a time, key numbers only appeared in the most expensive of printed concordances. Even then, using them was laborious and time-consuming. Now they are included with every copy of Accordance Bible Software. Not only do they make our Word Searches fast and accurate, but they enable Instant Details, Cross-highlighting, the Dynamic Interlinear, and Instant Lookups. Join Dr. J in this episode as he shows us how to leverage the power of Key Numbers in Accordance. http://youtu.be/Ao2fcEAOVKQ
  2. Is there a way to copy and paste a dynamic interlinear view into a word processing application? Accordance allows interlinears to be presented/configured on the screen in multiple different ways, but how do you copy and paste an on screen view (whether a traditional interlinear or other configuration) into a Word, Mellel or other Word processing application? Accordance seems to only allow the source Text to be highlighted and selected for copying, but not the interlinear Tag, Lemma, Gloss, Translation, etc., that you can see on screen. I have been unable to find help specifically addressing this issue anywhere on the Accordance site. If the functionality exists, I am sure there would be plenty of others interested to know and an article or podcast would be useful. If the functionality is not in Accordance, please consider adding this to the next version/update.
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