How do I remove so many Bible Versions from the Bible Version Selector Bar without uninstalling them?
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.
Two Linked BibleView Windows
Class Objective: In this class, we show you how to open two BibleView Windows, and link them for viewing verses in one from the other window.
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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
Class Objective: Understand how to set and change the different Bible Word popups.
Usually this refers to the Strong’s Dictionary popup, but this defautt dictionary can be overriden and you can use another dictionary if it is set up with Strong’s numbers.