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There were 15 questions found in this category:

  1. questionAfter using a Smart-Reference, how do I display the results list again?
    After performing a search or using a SmartReference list, you can retrieve that list by clicking the "Open/close Search Pane" command icon. This is found on the Lower Icon Bar, and looks like a pair of binoculars . Pressing this button will display the list of found references. Example: Let's ...
  2. questionWhich Bible translations have the words of Christ in red?
    In PC Study Bible, whether the words of Christ appear in red depends on the translation; some translations have this feature and some do not. The following Bible translations show the words of Christ in red: New International Version New King James Version New American Standard Updated King Jam ...
  3. questionCan I perform a search in anything besides a Bible?
    In almost every window in PC Study Bible 3 (except the Bible and Treasury of Scripture Knowledge), there is a Magnifying Glass Icon on the Lower Icon Bar. You can use this feature to search that reference work for any word or phrase. All the same rules of the Concordance Search apply to this ...
  4. questionHow do I change Bible versions?
    We've offered a new way of changing Bible versions, or verses, along with the old method. There is still the green "R" icon for "Get Reference" , but we've moved it up to the top to make it easier to find. You can also enter a new verse directly into the Navigation Bar. (please note: ...
  5. questionWhat is the Navigation Bar? How is it used?
    Version 3's navigation bar provides an easy way to move from one reference work to another similar reference work, or from one article to another article within the current reference work. The Navigation Bar always displays the current reference work, Bible version, or verse you are viewing ...
  6. questionCan I change the order in which modules appear in the program?
    Yes. The following steps will explain how this is done, but be cautioned: Although you cannot damage PC Study Bible by changing these options, we do not recommended that novice or beginning computer users attempt to make these changes alone. If you require assistance in this matter, please co ...
  7. questionWhy are there duplicate icons on the lower icon bar?
    These lower, or local icons, while appearing similar, perform distinct operations. Local icons in PC Study Bible can be grouped into two classes: Smart-References™ and Cross References. 1. The icons with an arrow just before the letter are Smart-References ™. They appear first on the Local Ico ...
  8. questionAfter performing a search, or smart-reference, is there any way I can keep the list from disappearing after I select a topic?
    The results of a search remain available even after you have opened one of the items from the search results. Use the button (located on the local toolbar) that resembles binoculars to display or hide the search results pane in the top portion of the current window. That button will be disabl ...
  9. questionDo I have to open to my commentary to create a new note? -or- What is the quickest way to create a new note in my commentary?
    When you are going to make a new commentary article, you must open a commentary window, but you do not have to open to the commentary or verse you want to edit initially. Once you open any commentary window, you will see the "Create a New Commentary Article" icon in the right Information Panel, ...
  10. questionHow can I get an icon on my desktop to start PC Study Bible 3?
    For Windows 98/2000/XP: 1. Choose START, move up to FIND (or SEARCH), then click on FILES OR FOLDERS. 2. In the Named: window, type "joshua.exe". 3. Check the Look In: window. This should read "My Computer" or your C: Hard Drive. 4. Click FIND NOW. Wait for the file to be found. 5. Right-click ...
  11. questionHow can I use the Englishman’s Concordance search when I don’t know the Strong’s number ahead of time?
    You are allowed to search the Bible using the Englishman's Concordance without entering an English word or a Bible verse. As you become more familiar with PC Study Bible, you may find times when this is a useful feature. Until then, you can use any of the following other options to find a ...
  12. questionHow do I view the Nave’s reference lists?
    After opening a Nave's outline, double-click the Box-like icon at the beginning of a line to display the reference list. Clicking any of the references will display that Bible text in the right hand window. If there is a notation to "See…" something (another list), clicking on this line wi ...
  13. questionWhen viewing a Treasury verse list, how do I change references to view another verse list in Treasury?
    After you've opened a Treasury window, you can change to a different verse, but you must have the main Treasury window selected to do this. Click in the upper right Bible window, then use the upper Navigation Bar to enter a new reference. You can also click the green "R" icon on the Nav Bar.
  14. questionWhat is the significance of the top line in my personal commentary? Can I delete or change it?
    There is always a line at the top of the window in a Personal Commentary. It will look something like this: "<PARAGRAPH:Section Title 1><BIBLE:Genesis 1:1>". Do not edit this line in any way, unless you are absolutely sure of what you are doing. This sets the formatting correctly ...
  15. questionHow can I mark the notes I’ve created in the Bible?
    After you've started using the Personal Commentary to create your own Study Notes, you might want to mark those Bible Verses on which you have made a comment. The following steps explain how this is done. 1. Choose OPTIONS from the Top Tool Bar, and select PREFERENCES. A Preference setting ...

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