How do I remove so many Bible Versions from the Bible Version Selector Bar without uninstalling them?
There are two solutions to this problem:
1) Permanently remove the Bible version from TheWord.
You can do this by closing down completely (exiting) the program. But before you do, make sure you know where the particular Bible version is located by checking its install folders.
Next shut down TheWord and go to that folder and move the Bibles out of theWord folders to another storage place somewhere else on your computer. This is a simple Windows Explorer activity to move a file.
2) Temporarily hide the unwanted Bible version(s) from TheWord.
To temporarily hide unwanted Bible version(s) in the Bible Version Selector Bar, go to the Main Menu of TheWord, then Preferences, then click on the “Bible Texts” tab at the top. You should see this screen (different Bible versions of course).
Notice the checkboxes on the left-hand side of this screen (before the Bible version abbreviation). Simply uncheck the ones you do not want to see in the bar. If you later want to see them (you have to remember that you have it installed) then come back here and check it again.
Topic: How do I show the BibleView Window Options Icons (at left)
By David Cox
BibleView Window Options Icons. When using theWord, at times you accidentally press a wrong combination of keys, and you are left with something you don’t want. I have been using theWord working in a Bible, and all of sudden the entire left-hand icons disappear on me, well actually, I pressed the wrong keys and they disappeared on me.
For most things with theWord you can go to the main menu at the top, and you can search there for turning something on or off. But in this particular case, you will need to know how to do this while you have the Bibleview window in particular active. Then it is very easy.
Tip: So if you do not see the left-hand menu Icons in your BibleView. If this is the case, then press Ctrl+T to toggle it on/off or hide/show.
Note that YOU MUST FIRST CLICK IN THE BIBLEVIEW WINDOW TO MAKE IT ACTIVE or this won’t work.
See the image below (icons on left ) for an example of a BibleView Window with this icon column.
Help Tutorial by Paul Chapman
Paul gives us an overview of how to use the left-hand icons in the Bible View window. He explains several of the icons and what each one does.
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, and in Spanish (I am a missionary in Mexico). As such I am comparing 2 non-Greek versions with two Greek versions.
Class Objective: We will explain a little bit about the BibleView Option Icons (Menu) at the left of the BibleView window.
First of all, you will need to open a BibleView window if one is not already open. F11 will open a new BibleView window. (A BibleView window is a window that allows you to view a Bible. Secondly, if the menu icons are not visible you will need to toggle them on, with Control+T. Continue reading BibleView Menu Icons