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Release Notes for the Teacher_s Commentary

Note: The actual name of the commentary is The Teacher's Commentary but knowledgebase article titles don't permit apostrophes.

Release Notes for the CD The Teacherís Commentary  (TC 4.3C  SBB00414TEACHERS0706)

  • This CD will update your PC Study Bible to version 4.3C.  See KB763 for the Release Notes for Version 4.3C.
     
  • For additional Release Notes, see also KB811.   
     
  • After installing this CD, you can find the delivered reference works here:
     
  • This article is under construction.
     
  • How do I find a particular Study Guide number?
    Since PC Study Bible breaks a commentary into verse-related and chapter-related and book-related pieces, sometimes a specific Study Guide number is a little tricky to find.

    For example, Study Guide 119 says to see Study Guide 132 but how do you find Study Guide 132?  The Teacher's Commentary is a little tricky because, as a commentary, it is accessed by Book, Chapter, and Verse (e.g. John 3:16), yet it sometimes refers to different Study Guide numbers.

    Here is how to find Study Guide 132:

    1. Open the Teacher's Commentary to *any* Bible passage, e.g. Gen 1:1.
       
    2. In the row of buttons across the bottom of the screen, click on the left-most button (a magnifying glass)
       
    3. A Search Criteria dialog appears
       
    4. Enter (without the quotation marks) "Study Guide 132" where it says "Word or phrase"
       
    5. Click OK.
       
    6. Near the top of the screen, you'll see several rows of results.
       
    7. Double-click on the row which shows the "STUDY GUIDE 132" heading.
       
    8. You're now seeing Study Guide 132. 

    But what if I still can't find the Study Guide number I want?  In a nutshell, most Study Guides are filed as verse-level commentary, but some Study Guides, which introduce one or more books, are filed as book-level commentary. 

    1. If it's not open already, open the Teacher's Commentary to *any* Bible passage, e.g. Gen 1:1.
       
    2. By default, it opens to a grey tab marked "Commentary".
       
    3. Move to the right and click on the grey tab that says Book Intro
       
    4. In the row of buttons across the bottom of the screen, click on the left-most button (a magnifying glass)
       
    5. A Search Criteria dialog appears
       
    6. Enter (without the quotation marks) "Study Guide 117" where it says "Word or phrase"
       
    7. Click OK.
       
    8. Now it acts a little goofy.
       
    9. Near the top of the screen, you'll see several rows of results that say nothing about Study Guide 117.
       
    10. Likewise, the visible grey tab (Commentary), says nothing about Study Guide 117.
       
    11. Click on the grey Book Intro tab.
       
    12. You're now seeing Study Guide 117.
    The id number of this entry is 258.

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