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).
Class Description: In this post we will explain what are module sets, and how to use them, as well as how to make them.
Warning: Every TheWord user MUST MASTER MODULE SETS, or your experience with the program will be greatly hindered if you can use it at all. This issue is just that important. Let me just explain it this way, every time you want to see a module in TW, it has to be part of the current module set. Even though you install a module, and TW asks you if you want it to fit the module into the current module set, without saving that module set, you won’t see it the next time you run TW. This is the most common new user problem, finding your modules. Continue reading How to Make Module 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.