100pegs.qlb (file size: 101,047 bytes)
Use Scriptorian to help you learn 100 peg words
This study list contains peg words that can be used for numbers 1 through 100. If you are unfamiliar with peg words and the peg system, please see the following memory tips in our Scriptorian Newsletter:
Using Peg Words
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The study list contains a suggested peg word for each number from 1 to 100. There are also other possible peg words including in the Linx Topix. (you can access the Linx Topix information from the Study List window by double clicking on the link icon next to the study item). It is important that you learn the peg words that are most effective for you. Therefore, if a peg word currently associated with a number does not seem useful to you, check out the other possibilities included in that number's Linx Topix. If you find a better word, then you should replace the one currently in the content portion of the study item.
Both Quote It and Chase are useful for learning the peg words. It is best if you use Quote It in complete fill in mode. The number will be given and you can then type in the corresponding peg word. With Chase, it is best to run in fill in mode. The peg word will be presented and you would then type in the number it represents.
It is probably best not to try and tackle the entire list at once. One way to limit which items you work on is to create a separate study list and copy the first ten items to it from the full list of one hundred. Once you feel comfortable with the first ten, copy ten more over and so on until you have mastered the entire list. This is the most effective approach when using both Quote It and Chase. If you only want to use Quote It, since the items are numbered, you can use Quote Its sequential mode [describe steps or refer to another newsletter tip] learn the peg words in order. This way you can go through the first ten, quit the list, and then go through the first ten again.
Download and import:
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- Click on the 100pegs.qlb study list link above to download
the peg word export library file to your
computer (please remember where you downloaded the file to).
Locate the file on your computer and make sure it downloaded
correctly by verifying the file size as noted above.
- Open Scriptorian to import the file (The
peg word study list file is in an exported format, requiring it to be imported
into Scriptorian before it can be used. If you do not have Scriptorian,
click here to download the free trial version.)
- Open the Import dialog (select Study List, then Import Study List from the main menu).
- For Import Source, enter the path and
name of the 100pegs.qlb export file. If you can't remember
the exact location of the file, click on the folder button to
the right of the edit field to use the Search dialog to help
you locate the file.
- Once the file is selected, the study list
name should appear in the Study List Name field. You may change
this name if you like. If nothing appears in the Destination
Lib edit field, enter a name for a library to import to (e.g.
type "Book of Mormon"). Press OK to import the study
list file. A message will appear when the study list is successfully
imported. If you have difficulty importing the file, consult
the Scriptorian help file for additional import information,
or contact us at Support@SoftLore.com.
- Once the study list is imported, go to the Select Study List
dialog to open and use the study list.