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There were 14 questions found in this category:

  1. questionIs there an updated Copy Macro file for 32 or 64 bit systems?
    Over the past years, 64 bit systems have become more and more common. Unfortunately, we have found that the original Copy Macro file was not compatible with these kind of systems. We have also noticed that with the changes to Word 2007, 2010 and 2013, come a long process of having to turn off S ...
  2. questionWhere do I download the most recent versions of the Authoring System?
    Version 4 & 5 users: Click here to download the latest release
  3. questionA new reference work Iíve created doesnít show up when I run PC Study Bible.
    Version 4 users: A reference work compiled prior to Version 4 will not show up under Version 4. This is due to a change in our licensing and distribution policy. The reference work must be recompiled after you have installed (and agreed to) the most recent macro set, then the reference work wil ...
  4. questionWhen viewing my reference work in PCSB, I canít click on any of its Bible references.
    You need to tag Bible references in order for them to be "hot" when viewed under PC Study Bible. Go back to your reference work source document, highlight a Bible reference that occurs in your reference material, and then click the BIBLE button on the Biblesoft Authoring System toolbar. Repea ...
  5. questionI have a "ton" of Bible references in my content. Isnít there an easier way to tag them all?
    Yes, by using the AutoTag feature in Release 2 of the Authoring System, which is now available for download (Version 4 users download Release 4). The Autotag feature goes through an entire reference work and automatically tags every recognized (and valid) Bible reference.
  6. questionSometimes one of the Biblesoft Authoring System tags will "eat" the space before and/or after the tag, resulting in the tag and the word before and/or after it being run together.
    This problem has been fixed in Release 2, which is now available for download (Version 4 users download Release 4). Meanwhile, note that this problem is directly related to the previous question in that, when attempting to fix it, your "extra" spaces will often disappear into the hidden text. U ...
  7. questionIf I type a Bible reference, tag it, and then continue typing, the text that I am typing "disappears."
    We have made every effort to make the Biblesoft Authoring System as easy to use (or "non-technical") as possible. Therefore, we tried to make your pre-compiled Word document appear as closely as possible to what it will look like when viewed in PC Study Bible. The way we accomplished this was ...
  8. questionText styles in my source document donít show up when I view my reference work in PCSB.
    This problem has been fixed in Release 2, although you may have to Untag and retag text styles. If you haven't downloaded Release 2, do so now (Version 4 users download Release 4).
  9. questionIím unable to install the Biblesoft Authoring System toolbars in MS Word 2000.
    We have had numerous reports that the Biblesoft Authoring System toolbars do not work under Word 2000. We have investigated this matter thoroughly and found that they do, indeed, work. A new security feature in Word 2000 causes the problem that people are experiencing. Explanation. Word 2000 s ...
  10. questionCan I use the Biblesoft Authoring System to incorporate into PC Study Bible reference works from other Bible Study programs?
    I have reference works that came with other Bible study programs that I have purchased. Can I use the Biblesoft Authoring System to incorporate those reference works into PC Study Bible? Yes. The sky is the limit if you are willing to spend the time and energy to copy and paste those materials ...
  11. questionMy reference work is showing up in PC Study Bible, but it appears to be "empty".
    A portion of reference material must follow every key. Anytime a key in your reference work is immediately followed by another key, it will result in an "empty" position in your reference work (i.e., an empty article in a Bible Dictionary or Encyclopedia, an empty section in a General Book, or ...
  12. questionWhen I try to compile, an error message says that there are no "keys" in my reference work.
    The Biblesoft Authoring System organizes reference material using "keys". In a Bible Dictionary or Encyclopedia, the key indicates the article name. In a General Book, the key indicates the section name. And in a Commentary, the key indicates the book name, book and chapter, or book-chapter-a ...
  13. questionOnly part of my reference work shows up in PC Study Bible.
    It is important to understand that a single reference work file can contain multiple types of reference material. Content that is organized using the ARTICLE tag will appear in Bible Dictionaries and Encyclopedias. Content that is organized using the SECTION tag will appear in General Books. ...
  14. questionHow can I control the name of a reference work Iíve created?
    Use the HEADER button (located on the Biblesoft Authoring System toolbar in MS Word) to set and maintain identifying information for your reference work, including its full name, short name, author name, and short copyright notice.

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