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Introduction to TheWordTutorial Website

Welcome to my new website! This website is set up to help TheWord (www.theword.net) users to understand, learn how to use, and master TheWord. I will be constantly adding new posts to this website with information on how to use the program. What are some of the advantages of this program? 1) Free, 2) powerful for intense detailed Bible study, 3) suited for studies in Greek and Hebrew, 4) tremendous free module library database available, 5) study methods unavailable in other free or commercial Bible software. … Read entire article »

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New Optimized Commentaries

I have been using the commentaries in TW more, and I want to explain a few new concepts that I am incorporating into the twmodules.com website, the TW modules, and how to use TW with commentaries. 1.) Filename conventions The first thing I want to clarify is some naming conventions which I am starting to use, and slowly I will work through the entire module database set at www.twmodules.com and rename everything to conform to these conventions. Purpose: To make the creation of Module Layout Sets easier. By adding this abbreviations to the actual filename, I am hoping that it will make it easier for people to make module layout sets of a particular type easier. Note that I am also trying to reduce the Abbreviation so that when you use these commentaries … Read entire article »

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theWord Layout Book Search Bible

theWord Layout Book Search Bible theWord Layout Book Search Bible By David Cox In this layout, I am doing a book search on “Satan”, with a Bible search on “Satan.” … Read entire article »

Module Fast Production

Module Fast Production

In this class, I am going to walk you through how I make a theWord module very fast. If you just take a minute and do this with a module, you will find it is very simple to make new modules from pages on the Internet. Please read this page first, Deciding on a Work to Create. … Read entire article »

Deciding on a Work to Create

In this class, I am going to go through some elements before I create a module. This procedure is a process of things that I consist BEFORE I DECIDE TO MAKE A MODULE out of a book. Does the work also exist in e-Sword or theWord format? Here you need to check some of the larger websites to see if the work already has been made into one of these two formats. For an e-Sword module, you just need to download it and convert it. Use the custom Google Search Engine I created to check all the websites I have found theWord modules on. This may increase with time as I find new websites. (See widget in … Read entire article »

Simple Bible Reader

The Simple Bible Reader program is a program which is made for converting modules from one Bible format to another. … Read entire article »

Greek Grammar, Text, and Word Studies #2

Book – A.T. Robertson – Commentary on the Gospel According to Matthew – 1911 Book – A.T. Robertson – The New Citizenship – 1919 Book – James Moulton – A Grammar of New Testament Greek – 1908 Book – James Moulton – New Testament Greek in the Light of Modern Discovery – 1909 Book – Herbert W. Smith – Greek Grammar for Colleges – 1920 Book – Richard C. Trench – Synonyms of the New Testament – 1880 Book – Daniel B. Wallace – Choosing a Translation – 2000 … Read entire article »

Greek Grammar, Text, and Word Studies #1

Book – Marvin R Vincent – Word Studies in the New Testament – Vol 1 & 2 – 1886 Book – Marvin R Vincent – Word Studies in the New Testament – Vol 3 & 4 – 1886 Book – A.T. Robertson – New Testament Work Pictures – 1912 Book – A.T. Robertson – Epochs in the Life of Paul – 1909 Book – A.T. Robertson – Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research (Searchable Text) – 1914 (Original Scan) … Read entire article »

Making HyperLinks theWord endnotes

In this class, I am going to show you how to link to a place in another topic within the same module. For this exercise, we will be making endnotes/footnotes. Endnotes are all the footnotes in one place at the end of the module, usually in its own topic. Footnotes are at the bottom of each module topic, where the footnote appears in the text. … Read entire article »

Making HyperLinks theWord Bible verse References

Basically, theWord is an exceptionally full-featured program for making hyperlinks. This feature allows you to link text to other places within the same module, within other modules, and also to Bible verses. (version specific if you desire). You can also make hyperlinks to the Internet.  … Read entire article »

07 Module Creation Upper Case to Lower Case

In this tip Module Creation Upper Case to Lower Case, I am going to help you with moving text from all upper case to lower case. … Read entire article »