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Managing memory verses


jonesiv
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In my personal Bible study with a printed Bible, I highlight verses that I want to add to my list of memory verses. A verse highlighted in pink is a verse that I want to ultimately commit to memory. Can I do something similar in Accordance?

 

Here's my hope: As I read my ESV in Accordance, I want to be able to highlight (or tag) verses to be memorized. Additionally, I would like to print only my highlighted (or tagged) verses. Please tell me, is this possible in Accordance? How can I select certain verses in the ESV, and then print these verses in a list?

 

 

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John,

 

Once you have highlighted some of the verses you are interested in memorizing, you can search for a style. There is a command for it - [sTYLE ?].

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Ahh, that's helpful, Tim. Thank you. Does a [style] search look for a highlighting color, or the custom name of the highlight?

John

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You can also accumulate verses of interest in a Reference list tab, save the workspace and continue to add verses which can also be removed, searched (with CONTENTS command) and printed in any parallel versions.

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Thank you, Helen. The Reference List option sounds interesting because it will allow me to save a single verse to multiple categories ("Creation," "Marriage," etc.). However, I will be constantly afraid that I'll lose my tab because it didn't save.

 

I don't like manipulating my workspace at all ... every third time I save my workspace (after I've made a small adjustment), Accordance asks me for the "name" of the workspace and makes me over-right the original. I don't know why. If I get the name wrong by one character, I now have an additional workspace file that I didn't want. All I want is 3-4 workspaces ... this is for a different thread!

 

Thank you. John

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Remember that you can rename each tab so you can have many Reference lists in the same workspace. Resaving a workspace should just save it, especially if you have renamed it to something unique.

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