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#1 John F. Hart

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Posted 11 January 2006 - 07:52 PM

Accordance has some great Copy as... functions, like Copy as Citation. Highlight a word or phrase in Greek or Hebrew, use the Copy as Citation function (under the Edit menu), and the exact (inflected) text is copied to the clipboard. Copy as Transliteration does what it says.

Here's another idea. Copy as Lexical Form. With it, I envision highlighting a Greek word, choosing the new Copy as Lexical Form, and I can take the lexical form (not the inflected form) to a word processor. Perhaps that's hidden somehwere I haven't looked. Right now, I triple click the word, open BDAG, and copy the entry from the argument entry box.
John F. Hart
Professor of Bible
Moody Bible Institute

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