Personally, I prefer to take all my notes in MS Word rather than use Logos Bible Software’s note feature, since MS Word is a much more powerful editor. However, did you know you can create a link from MS Word to any resource, report, or document in Logos? This makes your MS Word document a powerful research document. And once you are done researching, you can even convert your MS Word document to a Logos Bible Software Personal book that is entirely searchable in Logos with all the links full functional, including the Bible references.
To learn more about this “Linking” feature, check out the following video tip #22 from my LearnLogos 7, 54-hour training bundle.
By the way, if you wish to learn more about the Personal Book Builder, check out this webinar.
It comes with free templates to help you in building your own commentaries, devotionals, etc..