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#1 rpavich

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Posted 19 February 2015 - 09:19 AM

I purchased the Accordance 11 Seminar Training Manual and didn't expect that it would be earth shattering stuff considering that there are a lot of good podcasts available but I keep getting valuable nuggets if information every time I read it!

Just this morning I learned something valuable: If you search in the "research" field (at the top right)and you find hits in a resource, and open that resource, when you click in the table of contents you will just open it...BUT if you "option-click" on the table of contents you open it right to your highlighted hit!

Also, when you get to the highlighted section in the TOC, if you option click that, it restricts your search to JUST that section so you can refine your search even further without searching areas you aren't interested in.

I hope I explained that right...but in any case...I highly recommend this book. Sure, it's slightly pricey....but to me, it was worth it for these types of things.
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Posted 19 February 2015 - 12:06 PM

The option-clicking on the TOC to narrow a search is one of my favorite features.


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Posted 18 October 2015 - 04:59 PM

I purchased the Accordance 11 Seminar Training Manual and didn't expect that it would be earth shattering stuff considering that there are a lot of good podcasts available but I keep getting valuable nuggets if information every time I read it!

Just this morning I learned something valuable: If you search in the "research" field (at the top right)and you find hits in a resource, and open that resource, when you click in the table of contents you will just open it...BUT if you "option-click" on the table of contents you open it right to your highlighted hit!

Also, when you get to the highlighted section in the TOC, if you option click that, it restricts your search to JUST that section so you can refine your search even further without searching areas you aren't interested in.

I hope I explained that right...but in any case...I highly recommend this book. Sure, it's slightly pricey....but to me, it was worth it for these types of things.

 

 

Thank you very much for taking the time to post your findings.  I came to the forum today to ask if the Seminar Training Manual would be of help to someone that is likely to never attend a seminar.  I got my answer.  Thanks again.



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Posted 18 October 2015 - 06:04 PM

Just ordered mine.  I spent 30 years in commercial printing, and printed books are not cheap to make.  Spiral binding is more expensive than perfect binding, which is normal glued backbone books these days.  I'm looking forward to this in the mail.   :D


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Posted 20 October 2015 - 10:20 PM

Just ordered one also. Thanks for the recommendation!



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Posted 22 October 2015 - 09:17 AM

yes, thanks for pointing out. Here is a link to the help-files that explains as well: http://accordancefil...d_tool_pane.htm

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