Right Click Menu

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 Thomas Black Using the Right Click menu
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What is the Right Click Menu?

  • The Right Click Menu is a pop-up menu which appears when you right click on a word in one of your resources.


  • It provides various access to tools within Logos to help you with the word that you right clicked on.
  • In the pop-up menu please notice that on the right side are categories.
    And on the left side are available selections which change when you change a category on the right.


  • The category selection changes according to the word that you have selected in your resource.
    So you may see more or less categories depending on what word that you right clicked on.
  • On the category side at the bottom you may see Notes, Clippings, Passage lists files which you have open.
  • On the category side please pay attention to the scroller if visible on the right!
    This will usually appear when you have several files open in Logos and there is insufficient room in the pop-up to show all the categories.


    Also pay attention to the left side of the pop-up menu, it may have a scrollbar too.





Available selections per Category

  • Right click on a word in your resource and the pop-up menu will appear.
  • On the right side of the pop-up menu are categories. Below are descriptions for each of these categories.

Selection



  1. This is the word that you right clicked on in your resource.
  2. Copy: clicking on this will copy your selection into the window’s clipboard.
    Once it is in your clipboard, you can paste it to another place.
  3. Lookup: will open a tab with a dictionary lookup of your word.
  4. Power Lookup: will open the Power Lookup tool which provides multiple dictionary lookups on your word.
    (see also the Power Lookup wiki page)
  5. Bible Word Study: will open the Bible Word Study tool to the word that you right clicked on.
  6. Search: will open the Search tool using the word that you right clicked on as the word to search for.
  7. Dictionaries: will open the dictionary to the word that you right clicked on.
  8. Report Typo: will open the report typo dialog which will allow you to report a typo in your open resource.
    You will need internet access for this to work.




Reference



  1. This is the scripture reference where you clicked on you word.


  2. These options appear when you are in a Bible other than your preferred Bible. They will allow you to open this scripture reference in your preferred Bible.


  3. Will open the Power Lookup tool to this reference.
    (see also the Power Lookup wiki page)


  4. will open the Search tool using the scripture reference.


  5. will copy your scripture reference to the window’s clipboard.


  6. will open the Passage Guide tool to your scripture reference.
    (see also Passage Guide wiki page)


  7. will open the Exegetical Guide tool to your scripture reference.


  8. will open the Explorer tool to your scripture reference.
    (see also Explorer wiki page)


  9. will open the Cited By tool to your scripture reference.
    (see also Cited By wiki page)


  10. will add this scripture reference to an open Passage List file.
    (see also Passage List wiki page)


  11. will open one of these Bibles to your scripture reference.
    (The Bibles in this list appear according to how you prioritized them. See A Sample Prioritize List wiki page for suggested prioritization or the wiki page Prioritizing for more information on prioritizing your resources)




Manuscript



  1. This is the word in the original language manuscript that you clicked on. This word form is useful when you want to search for the specific form of an original language word (not necessary the Lexicon lookup form).
  2. Copy: will copy the manuscript form of the word into the clipboard for pasting elsewhere. This can be very useful when you want to paste a Hebrew/Greek/Aramaic word into a search’s find box or similar area and want it to be the exact manuscript word from the original language.
  3. Search: will allow you to open the Search tool to find the manuscript form of the word that you clicked on.




Lemma



  • Pay attention to Lemma categories, sometimes you may see more than one lemma. This often occurs when other parts of speech are connected with the root word.
  1. This is the word in the original language Lemma form that you clicked on. This word form is useful when you want to search for the dictionary/Lexicon form of an original language word.


  2. will open a tab with a Lexicon lookup of your word.


  3. Will open the Power Lookup tool using the Lemma form of the word that you clicked on.
    (see also the Power Lookup wiki page)


  4. will open the Search tool using the Lemma form of the word that you clicked on as the word to search for.


  5. will open the Search tool using Morphological search method.
    (see also Morphological Search wiki page)
    1. the lower morph search will also look for the lemma along with the morph tagging.


  6. will copy the Lemma form of the word into the window’s clipboard for pasting elsewhere. This can be very useful when you want to paste a Hebrew/Greek/Aramaic word into a search’s find box or similar area and want it to be the Lemma form of the word from the original language.


  7. will open the Bible Word Study tool to the Lemma form of the word that you right clicked on.


  8. will pronounce the lemma form of the word that your right clicked on.


  9. will open the website Perseus Digital Library to your word.


  10. will open a Lexicon to the Lemma form of the word that you right clicked on. The list of lexicons here are sorted per your prioritization. See A Sample Prioritize List wiki page for suggested prioritization or the wiki page Prioritizing for more information on prioritizing your resources.




Morph



  1. This is the morphological tagging for the word that you right clicked on.
    (see also the wiki page Morphology Codes for description on the codes. Also see the wiki page Morphological Search on how to use the morphological search method)


  2. will open the Search tool using the morphological tagging for the word that you right clicked on to search for all words that match this tagging.


  3. will open the Search tool using the morphological tagging for the word that you right clicked on in the Bible that you were in when you clicked on it.
    1. the lower morph search will also look for the lemma along with the morph tagging.




Hebrew Strong’s / Greek Strong’s / Louw-Nida



  • Strong’s number are numbers assigned to words found in Strong’s concordance. (see Wikipedia Strong’s Concordance for a better description.)
  • Strong’s number are tied to the original language words, thus you will notice Hebrew Strong’s numbers and Greek Strong’s numbers.
  • In New Testament when you right click on a word if the resource is tagged for the Louw-Nida words you will see this category on the right side of the pop-up. References to number below will show Strong’s, but keep in mind when using Louw-Nida can be used as well.
  1. This shows the Strong’s number for the word that you right clicked on. (or Louw-Nida when selected)


  2. will open a lexicon or dictionary to this Strong’s number according to how you have them prioritized (according to the first one in the prioritized list that this number is found).


  3. will open the Power Lookup tool to the Strong’s number.
    (see also the Power Lookup wiki page)


  4. will open the Search tool using the Strong’s number and search for occurrences of this Strong’s number.


  5. will open the Cited By tool to this Strong’s number.
    (see also Cited By wiki page)


  6. will open the resource from this list to the Strong’s number. The reference resources here appear according to how they are prioritized and the first ones where the Strong’s number is found. See A Sample Prioritize List wiki page for suggested prioritization or the wiki page Prioritizing for more information on prioritizing your resources.




Person / Place



  • The image here happens to show both Person and Place. This is not the usual case. So when you right click on a person’s name you will see Person and when you right click on a city or country you will see Place.
  1. This is the Person or Place that you right clicked on.

  2. or
    This will open either Biblical People or Biblical Place tool for the name/place that you right clicked on.
    (see also Biblical People wiki page)


  3. will open a dictionary to the person or place that you right clicked on.




Show Information



  • On the pop-up at the bottom of the right side below categories/files is an option Show Information.
  1. When you click on this Logos will open the Information tool to show you information on the word that you right clicked on.
    (see also Information wiki page)




Copying Selected Text or Image

  • You cannot select both text & image at the same time to be placed into your clipboard. You will need to select an image separately.

Selecting Text

Logos will add Citation & Footnotes to your clipboard if they are turned ON in Program Settings. So you will need to have these set accordingly prior to using the Right Click to copy your selection.



  1. In your resource use your mouse to select the text which you want to copy by dragging over the text with your mouse.
  2. With your mouse over the selected text, right click
    1. The Right Click menu will appear.
    2. Make sure that on the right side of the menu Selection is selected.
    3. On the left side of the menu click on Copy.
    4. Now your selected text is in your clipboard ready for pasting elsewhere.



Selecting an Image



  1. In your resource, right click on an image which you want to copy, save, export, or print.
  2. The Right Click menu opens. On the right side of the menu click on Image.
    • On the left side of the menu...
  3. Copy will add your image to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere.
  4. Save as will bring up a file dialog box allowing you to save your image on your hard-drive in formats available with your operating system.
  5. Send to Power Point will export your image to Power Point.
  6. Print will bring up windows Print Pictures dialog box which will allow you to select how you want your picture printed.


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