I knew something like that existed, however I was too lazy to read the fine manual!
It’s that easy to extract the bible verses from an article in the Watchtower Library (2005, it should work with earlier versions)
- Simply select the part where the verses/citations exist
- Copy the part (CTRL-C)
- Press CTRL-ALT-C, and watch as the citations are extracted. Note that it may take a long time if you’re extracting all the citations from a book for example.
Of course, I should have known that from the manual. So, returning to the manual I was happy to note that: (from the manual)
This feature allows you to select text in a word processor document, copy it to the Clipboard, then use Watchtower Library to extract the citations in that text. To do this:
- Open a document in your word processor.
- Select the text in the document containing one or more citations.
So basically you can get the text from anywhere, and the extraction would happen just the same! Cool stuff…
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