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Tip on Using the Apparatus

Posted by [] on March 5, 2008

Crossposted from here: jacob Says: March 5, 2008 at 2:31 am  A tip:I was concerned that reading the Apparatus (i.e., endnotes) might be a cumbersome task, but I found that I could launch the .exe file a second time and have both Volume 1 and Volume 4 (Apparatus) open at the same time. Not side by side – the ebook reader won’t let one size the screen to show two windows at once – but I can easily switch back and forth between the two to read the referenced endnote just by clicking on the tab in the taskbar for the volume I want to look at.

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2 Responses to “Tip on Using the Apparatus”

  1. turtlemom3 said

    ~~Whine~~
    When are you going to post more stuff on this blog?
    Love in Christ,
    Elizabeth

  2. [] said

    I’m not. It’s just for updates about GHD if needed. If/when we publish something else (we’re looking at it), we’ll post some updates. In the meantime, I suggest visiting http://www.orthodoxpatristics.com if you’re looking for a regular blog.

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