Category Archives for "Tutorials"

Jun 21

How to Store Images in Scripture Notes

You’ve probably seen hundreds or thousands of images related to the scriptures over your lifetime, and thought it would be cool to always have access to those when you are reading certain verses in the scriptures. Well, this past week I stumbled upon a cool resource full of charts and graphics related to the Book […]

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Quotation marks
Jun 07

How to Store LDS Quotes

How do you store all the awesome LDS quotes * you find from conference talks or other books? Some people copy them into a Word doc or Evernote but there’s a much better way to do it and associate those statements with the scriptures using Scripture Notes. In a previous post I discussed how to […]

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Taking conference notes in Scripture Notes
Apr 05

How to Store General Conference Notes

This being General Conference weekend (April 2020), I thought I would show you how to take all those notes you’ve taken and put them into Scripture Notes for easy search and retrieval. You can repeat this process for your past notes as well and have digital retrieval of all your notes in one easy place. […]

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tutorial 6 comprehensive search and study
Sep 06

Tutorial 6: Comprehensive Search and Study Session

Scripture Notes Tutorial Day 6: Digging In! Today we’ll demonstrate a comprehensive search and study session where we really try to dig into the scriptures and how you can get deeper into scripture study using Scripture Notes. Idumea and its Destruction Open a reading pane to Doctrine and Covenants section 1 and scroll down to […]

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tutorial 5 advanced search
Sep 05

Tutorial 5: Advanced Search

Scripture Notes Tutorial Day 5: Stories and Narrowed Searches Today’s lesson will be on using the advanced search pane and you’ll be journaling a personal experience into a collection note to help facilitate this. Scripture Notes has a great way to store all your stories and be able to search for them when you need […]

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tutorial 4 advanced collection notes
Sep 04

Tutorial 4: Advanced Collection Notes

Scripture Notes Tutorial Day 4: The Sacrament Prayers https://youtu.be/3OdjHG_aixU Today’s tutorial will cover some other features of creating collection notes and we’re going to do this using the sacrament prayers because they are ideal for a comparison which will show you how to use tables. Collecting Verses Get started by opening a reading pane and […]

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tutorial 3 basic notes and asking questions
Sep 03

Tutorial 3: Basic Notes and Asking Questions

Scripture Notes Tutorial Day 3: Building Your Powers of Inquiry Today’s lesson is all about digging into individual scriptures as you study and we’ll discuss ways to approach marking your digital scriptures as well. For this example, we’ll just start at the very beginning, Genesis 1:1. That’s a very good place to start… ;) Part […]

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tutorial 2 multiple collection notes
Sep 02

Tutorial 2: Using Multiple Collection Notes

Scripture Notes Tutorial Day 2: Nourish Me In today’s tutorial, we’re going to learn how to take a study project and use Scripture Notes to break it up into multiple related topics which you can then study individually (or together if you want for comparison purposes). Text in blue below is not in the video. […]

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tutorial 1 collection notes
Sep 01

Tutorial 1: How to use Collection Notes in Scripture Notes

Scripture Notes Tutorial Day 1: Your Director Welcome to Scripture Notes and your first tutorial using the program. Today’s tutorial will show you how to use the search feature to create collection notes. A collection note is like creating a scripture chain but better. You create a collection of related verses, and then a master […]

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Scripture Notes Fast Start
Aug 31

Scripture Notes Fast Start

Watch the video to get started on your Scripture Notes Fast Start training (click the lower right [ ] symbol to full screen the video).   Screenshots are below which will help you navigate the program. Click here for additional tutorials, resources and tips.   Once you’re done with this video and are ready to […]

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