Class Objective: This page will teach you how to set up theWord to study the Bible using various different Bible versions, seeing them side by side, or one on top of the other.
We begin this class with a basic “How to get there”. This option is actived in the BibleView Main Window. Although the Bible Selector Bar will dynamically move the Bible version abbreviations around on this bar, there are two options at the far right that will never be moved around, Compare and Lists. Continue reading theWord Compare Bible Versions
Class Objective: In this class, we will show the student how to use the Bible Version Selector Bar to change Bible versions, and also to set some different options related to Bibles.
What you observe in this image (this is the bar about the Bible text) in the BibleView window) is a list of available (installed) TW Bibles. In the above list, the far left (light blue text on white background) is a search window for quickly going to a particular Bible version (in this case, I was searching for the NASB), then a list of Bibles (by abbreviation), and the TR (Greek Textus Receptus) is the currently loaded Bible. Next comes “Compare” Bible Versions and “List” Verses function, and finally a double hash mark “>>” which has the Bible versions which don’t fit on the line. Continue reading theWord Bible Version Selector Bar
This video tutorial is by Paul Chapman. In this tutorial, Paul goes through how to use the Copy Verses Feature. This feature of theWord is a way to copy a Bible reference in any other program, and by putting it into the Windows clipboard, theWord will pop up the text of that verse(s) references.
This video tutorial is by Paul Chapman. In this tutorial Paul goes through how to use the Copy Monitor Verses feature, which is going the monitor the Windows clipboard, and it will allow you to copy a verse reference and with a single keystroke (still in the Word Processor) and it will switch the reference in the clipboard with the reference and the text of the verse(s).
theWord Bible software comes with the KJV preinstalled. In this version of the Bible, it also has Strongs Numbers in it. They are usually hidden, but by just clicking inside the Bible window and pressing “s” with nothing else, no control, no alt, it will toggle the Strong’s numbers to visible or invisible IF THAT BIBLE HAS STRONGS NUMBERS IN IT