First, if Windows did not automatically initialize your Greek-Hebrew fonts, then:
1. Close down your version of PC Study Bible.
2. Click on START--> SETTINGS-->CONTROL PANEL.
3. Double click FONTS to open the fonts folder.
4. A list of fonts will now be displayed, hopefully in alphabetical order. Scroll until you can see the fonts named "PCSB GREEK" and "PCSB HEBREW".
5. After you verify that the fonts are present in the fonts folder, exit from the fonts folder and the Control Panel application group. You have now forced Windows to recognize these fonts.
6. Now enter your PC Study Bible program.
7. Click on OPTIONS from the main menu bar.
8. Choose PREFERENCES, ADVANCED, and then VERSIONS.
9. Scroll down and make sure that the first-listed GRK/HEB version is marked "participate", not "hidden". The second GRK/HEB version can remain "hidden".
10. You may now exit this window, but remember to SAVE all changes. Your Greek and Hebrew fonts should now remain present.
If you have the Interlinear Bible, and the Greek and Hebrew text is still not visible there, follow these next few steps to remedy the situation:
1. Open the Interlinear Bible by left clicking the "I" button on your main PCSB screen. (You may choose any verse or default text version)
2. Choose the "O" button (Display Options) from the right instruction panel.
3. Left click on "Original Greek-Hebrew" option in the "Available:" list.
4. Left click on the ">" button transferring the Greek/Hebrew to the "Selected:" list.
5. Click on the OK button and you should be ready to go.