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Thread: Pasting Libronix citations into Bibleworks

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    Default Pasting Libronix citations into Bibleworks

    I had the Word Biblical Commentary series on Libronix, and when I copy and past sections out of it into word, it has the useful feature of adding a citation (as a footnote) in Tuberian format (or a choice of other formats).
    The problem I have is that when I try pasting it into the editor in BW, the citation doesn't paste into it.
    I've emailed tech support, but thought I should see if anyone here has found a solution to this.

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    Thumbs up PureText

    I use a great little utility called PureText which will cure the problem. When you hit <windowskey>+V it converts the clipboard to plain text and simply removes all formatting. When that happens the citation remains as plain text after your quote.
    Quite handy that one.

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    Thanks for that,
    The download link wasn't working when I tried to download it, so I'll try it later.
    It looks like a handy tool, although I imagine that it will loose any greek fonts used. I've also been experiementing with pasting into notepad, and paste special into wordpad before I then copy and paste into BW.

    It's funny how this seems time consuming when it's still so much faster than reading from a book and typing into the computer, or even scanning a book in and then correcting all of the mistaken letters!

    Duncan Forbes
    New Life Church, Roehampton, London

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    Hi Dunk,

    I pastor a Calvary in VA. Hope the Lord is blessing you greatly in the UK.

    David Spear
    Calvary Chapel of Manassas
    Manassas, Va. 20110
    KJV Romans 3:28 Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith without (apart from) the deeds of the law.

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    Hi Dave,
    Good to hear from you,
    We're a very small urban church plant in London, but God has been very good to us.

    B.T.W I went on your site and saw a link to Alpha Omega ministries - I believe that James White is a Bibleworks user too, I read once that he uses it in all his debates.

    Duncan Forbes
    New Life Church, Roehampton, London

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