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#1 Enoch



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Posted Yesterday, 02:15 PM

One frustration which continues is owning sets of commentaries in Accordance, but having difficulty finding out who wrote the volume one has brought up.  Typically the information brought up has only the name of the set & possibly the editor of it.  So it is not immediately apparent who wrote the commentary on Galatians that you brought up.  Particularly for writing articles or books, it would be convenient to have the full bibliographical entry brought up on demand.


This problem never happens when one is using a physical book.


#2 Anthony Sepulveda

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Posted Yesterday, 02:28 PM

At least in the meantime you can use the 'Copy as Citation' feature, which shows the author, title, publisher, place and date of the current volume you're quoting. (At least it's working that way for WBC and Tyndale).

Edited by Anthony Sepulveda, Yesterday, 02:29 PM.

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