Saturday, February 04, 2006

Help for Arcing

Dave Griffiths identified a website on his blog with a program written that makes electronic "arcing" (in the Fuller, Piper, Schreiner tradition) much easier. Granted you have to figure out the codes (its not that bad), but it's worth checking out. The site includes a sample you can cut and paste into the "arc generator" to see how it looks. I've included the link here.

2 comments:

dwilson said...

Hey Nate,
How does the arcing thing work?

NWMihelis said...

Copy and paste the sample they've given you into the "arc generator" and then click on "generate arc." As far as creating your own, I get the impression you may have to be familiar with html in order to compose it. I'm going to have to see if I can get in touch with the guy that made it. In the mean time, Bob Gaudet has obviously got a good grasp on how to do it with Word and I've heard Baylor's pretty good at doing it with Bibleworks.