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theWord layout Sets

Class Objective: theWord layout. This page will teach you why, and how to make different layouts for TheWord, so that when you do different things, each will have a specific layout of Bibles, books, windows, etc. ___________ … Read entire article »

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Using Skins in TheWord

Skins in TheWord By David Cox Note that in TheWord, you can also make use of TW skins. These are predefined color preferences for the different windows (panes) in TheWord. Costas has also made it possible for your users to make their own skin color combinations (more about that after I get the rest of this site up and running). (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); … Read entire article »

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Identifying theWord Panes

Identifying theWord Panes CLASS OBJECTIVE: Identify, move (dock), resize, open, and close different sub-windows or panes within TheWord Program. … Read entire article »

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Using Hebrew-Greek Bibles (Easy) (Layout)

Using Hebrew-Greek Bibles (Easy) (Layout)

Class Objective: To set up a TW layout with a Bible and Greek-Hebrew Lexicons (Dictionaries) for looking up words in a Bible passage. The purpose of this class is to help the student work in Greek and Hebrew with theWord. theWord has a lot of flexibility in its layout. You can move windows, add, take away windows, and set up things as you want. But as any Greek or Hebrew student knows, this is for using one … Read entire article »

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Layout: Bible, Commentary, BookView

Class Objective: In this class, we will learn how to set up a theWord layout with a Bible, a Commentary, and a bookview on the bottom. … Read entire article »

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Method: Greek Translation

Method: Greek Translation

Class Objective: This page will teach you how to set up theWord to study the Bible using two Greek Bible versions, two non-Greek Bible versions, Strong’s Dictionary, and Robinson’s Morphology Codes. In this method, I want to show you how I set up my theWord windows to translate or study the original Greek language. Putting aside all the discussion about Bible manuscripts, I just want to look at a passage in the KJV, in a Greek Bible, … Read entire article »

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