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    Default Change Output and transliteration question

    1. How do I change the "output" of Hebrew so that when I paste a verse it is about 7 inches long rather than 5 inches?

    2. I'm having difficulty with finding a good transliteration font (particularly for Ug. and Akk.) and I was wondering if anyone knew of a font set (with a keyboard map so that I can locate them)? Or any other ideas? (Word just doesn't have enough in symbols.) Ben?

    Thanks!
    Jake

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    Default Copy Center Format

    Quote Originally Posted by jakemccarty
    1. How do I change the "output" of Hebrew so that when I paste a verse it is about 7 inches long rather than 5 inches?

    Thanks!
    Jake
    For Question #1 you wil want to click on the format button in the Copy Center before copying your Hebrew text.

    Nice in the bottom-center there is a place where you can set "Hebrew Line Wrap Width."

    Set that to 7 inches and it should do the trick.
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    Default Transliteration font

    A complete transliteration font is available for free from SBL. Download SPAtlantis at:
    http://sbl-site.org/Resources/Resour...icalFonts.aspx

    Note that this is a TrueType and not an OpenType font.
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
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