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Scripture Indexing on a Mac

Scripture Indexing on a Mac

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Published by Danny Zacharias
This step by step tutorial shows how authors can create a scripture index (or ancient text index) for those who publish in biblical and theological studies. Mac required.
This step by step tutorial shows how authors can create a scripture index (or ancient text index) for those who publish in biblical and theological studies. Mac required.

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Published by: Danny Zacharias on Jun 12, 2009
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1.Download Skim (PDF reader for Mac) and open your PDF proof in Skim.a.When you begin to work, be sure to his Save frequently.b.In the View menu, choose “Show Notes Pane”. This will show you everything youare highlighting.c.Turn on the highlight mode. Now, whenever you highlight something with yourcursor, it will be highlighted in yellow with Skim.d.Take note, when saving Skim will make a .skim file with the same name as yourPDF. DO NOT trash this file, as it holds the highlighting notes.2.Highlight all references in Skim.a.Be sure that all items are separate. For instance look at a string of references likethis: Gen 1:1; 3:5, 7, 9. This is
4 separate
references and should be highlightedas for separate items Gen 1:1 3:5 7 9 (I
ʼ
ll explain how this is later fixed)3.Once all items arehighlighted in Skimand saved, exportthe highlights youhave made fromSkim. ChooseFile>Export.Choose for the FileFormat, “Notes asRTF”.
 
4.Open the resulting .rtf file in TextEdit.a.Choose “•Highlight,page “andreplace itwithnothingb.Place atab markat the verybeginningof the text.Nowchoosetheparagraphmark andcopy it intothe Find.c.Thenchoosethe Tabmark andcopy itinto theReplacefield. HitReplaceAll.
 
d.Remove the very first tab with a paragraph break (hit Return)e.Copy thetwo Tabmarksandplace intothe Findfieldf.Copy theparagraphmark andplace itinto theReplace.HitReplaceAll. HitSave. Theresult isthe PDFpg.# [tab]scripturecitation.

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