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How to install TW “normally” on a Windows machine

How to install TW “normally” on a Windows machine

Objective: To go through the steps to “normally” install TheWord in a typical Windows PC. _________ Introduction For those who are familiar with installing new programs into their Windows computer, this post will probably be very boring for you, so please jump to the bottom about “Making the decision of what kind of install you want.” I am going through each step of finding, downloading, and installing the program for those newbies to computers here. People have asked … Read entire article »

Filed under: 01 Beginner, Installation, Youtube Video

Tip: See Greek Text in the Verse Tooltips theWord

Tip: See Greek Text in the Verse Tooltips theWord

Class Objective: How do you quickly see the Greek or Hebrew behind a particular verse? There are a lot of ways to look at a passage and see the original language behind it, but this toggle is a short cut for when you want to examine verse references in a book module, and flip back and forth between say an English version and the Greek or Hebrew. Study these two images… … Read entire article »

Filed under: 04 Expert, Geeks-Bible Translators, Geeks-Greek, Geeks-Hebrew, Tips & Tricks

Setting the Default Bible Version theWord

Class Objective: How to set the default Bible Version in TW. Definition: What is the default Bible Version. TheWord has the ability to use many different Bible versions, and among these are Bibles in English and other foreign languages, specialized Bible versions with Strong’s numbers, footnotes, translator’s notes, cross-reference notes, and a host of other add-ons. Besides that, there exists some TW Bible modules that have more than one translation in them, i.e. Interlineals between Hebrew and English, Greek and English, even the Septuagint and Greek. Besides that, there are Greek and Hebrew Bibles. With all of these options, there arises a problem. This problem is in certain situations, like when TW has a reference to a Bible in a book or commentary module, which of these Bible versions is the Bible version … Read entire article »

Filed under: 02 Basic, Bible Window, Youtube Video

Advanced Bible Searches NEAR

Advanced Bible Searches NEAR

This class will help you to use some of the muscle in Bible search that theWord has. theWord Bible search using the NEAR function. This finds two words in close proximity one to the other, even crossing verse boundaries. … Read entire article »

Filed under: 03 Advanced, Bible Searches

Adding theWord Commentary Notes

Adding theWord Commentary Notes Class Objective: Show how to make personalized commentary notes in theWord.¬†Adding theWord Commentary Notes Adding theWord Commentary Notes. First of all, a commentary is simply a module that has the structure of one topic per verse in the Bible. So what we are going to do is to very simply, just make our own commentary. Some limitations of commentaries should be kept in mind. First of all, we should realize that of course you cannot name the topics whatever you want. This kind of freeform naming is for a regular book module. Secondly, you cannot add extra topics as child topic here. But what are the advantages of a commentary module? First of all, if you have your commentary open in theWord, you can see it as you scroll … Read entire article »

Filed under: 02 Basic, Bible Window

How to uninstall modules

How to uninstall modules By David Cox Question: I have many modules installed and they are showing up double, so how do I uninstall extra modules in theWord. First of all, let’s get some things straight. What theWord presents to you in the book module selector bar is what the module layout set has. There may or may not be multiple copies of the book in your installation. When you setup a Module Layout Set (See How to Make Module Sets), you need to first click “Clear Tree” before you make a new module set, or you risk having some modules show up twice. This needs to be checked first. … Read entire article »

Filed under: 02 Basic, Installation, Problem Resolution