Learn to Use the Copy As Options, Part 1
A couple weeks ago, I blogged about how Accordance makes it easy to get text and images into other programs using drag-and-drop. Accordance offers all kinds of ways to get the information you need into other applications, and you'll find most of them in the Copy As submenu of the Edit menu. Here is a brief explanation of what the first three of those options do.
Copy As No Superscript: Copies the selected verses as they are, except that it removes any superscripted footnote markers.
Copy As Citation: Applies the format you set in the Citation preferences to the copied verses. Note my citation format removes the individual verse references, adds a reference for all the verses at the end, and encloses the whole thing in quotation marks.
Copy As References: Instead of copying the text of the selected verses, this option copies the reference for each verse and formats all those references using standard verse notation.
If you're not using these three copy options, you don't know what you're missing. In tomorrow's post, we'll look at two more options designed to be used with original language texts.