FAQ

How do i print out a notebook in logos?

How do I print Logos notes?

  1. Select the notes you wish to print or export.
  2. Open the Notes panel menu.
  3. Select Print/Export, or simply use your keyboard commands as listed on the right-hand side.
  4. In the pop-up window that appears, further options for printing and export will appear.

How do I create a new notebook in Logos?

  1. Open the Notes Tool by clicking Tools > Notes. (You can also open the Notes Tool from the Selection Menu or the Context Menu.)
  2. Click the Navigation Drawer icon , and select the Notebook icon .
  3. Add a Notebook. Click the Plus icon and type the name of your new Notebook. Press Enter when you are finished.

Use the Print/Export dialog to preview, print, copy, or save content from any resource or tool within Logos. To open the dialog from any panel, click the panel icon and choose Print/Export from the menu. You can also press Cmd+P (Mac) or Ctrl+P (Windows). The dialog will open in a floating window.

In Logos, click Tools > Utilities > Personal Books. Click Add book on the panel toolbar. An Edit dialog will open to enter the Library Information (or metadata) for the book and to add the file(s) that will make up the body of the book. Type a name for the book in the Title box in section 1.

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How do I print my logo app?

Can I import a PDF into logos?

In a blank document, click File and select Open. Click Upload and select the PDF you want to convert. On the Recent documents panel, click the folder icon (Open file picker) and select Upload. Select the PDF you want to convert.

How do I import a PDF into proclaim?

You need to upload the PDF to the forms tab in WFM. If it’s a new PDF then you click New, Add the Form Name and Description then select PDF from the radio buttons. Once you’ve done that click the button to “Copy forms into the System” middle of the screen right hand side.

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