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MortenJensen
04-12-2013, 09:35 AM
Hi all,
I am considering buying the ESV Bible Study module. One question: Will it allow me to copy the images to powerpoints for teaching like you can do wit the moody bible atlas? Pictures like this one of the synagogue in Gamla: http://www.ritmeyer.com/2008/08/09/the-gamla-synagogue/

How does it work?

Morten

Michael Hanel
04-12-2013, 10:01 AM
Hi all,
I am considering buying the ESV Bible Study module. One question: Will it allow me to copy the images to powerpoints for teaching like you can do wit the moody bible atlas? Pictures like this one of the synagogue in Gamla: http://www.ritmeyer.com/2008/08/09/the-gamla-synagogue/

How does it work?

Morten

Yes they are easily copied. The images show up inline in the HTML Help resource, then you can click on the image to load a full-size scalable picture and right click to copy it to the clipboard where you can then copy it to Powerpoint or any other program.

MortenJensen
04-12-2013, 04:06 PM
Yes they are easily copied. The images show up inline in the HTML Help resource, then you can click on the image to load a full-size scalable picture and right click to copy it to the clipboard where you can then copy it to Powerpoint or any other program.


Thanks, one thing: The BW-video on the ESV gives the impression that many of the pictures has text wrapped around them. Is that so? I would like clean pictures for teaching purposes.

Another thing: In the moody bible atlas, there is a master's list with thumbnails. This is really handy. It seems from the video that this it not so for the study bible. Do you have to click each link to see what lies beneath?

Thanks,
Morten

Michael Hanel
04-12-2013, 04:37 PM
Thanks, one thing: The BW-video on the ESV gives the impression that many of the pictures has text wrapped around them. Is that so? I would like clean pictures for teaching purposes.

Another thing: In the moody bible atlas, there is a master's list with thumbnails. This is really handy. It seems from the video that this it not so for the study bible. Do you have to click each link to see what lies beneath?

Thanks,
Morten

Why don't you email me and I'll send you some examples of the images. It's a lot easier for me to do this via email since attaching things on the forums can get dicey.

For those who are simply lurking. I think the answer to the first is that images often do have text associated with them, so you would still have to edit the image. (If I understand correctly what you're asking). As for the second question: Yes there is a master list of images, but the list is a list by books of the Bible and then title of image, not simply a long list of pictures of the images.)