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How do I print from the program?

This article applies to releases of PC Study Bible prior to version 3.2D.  PC Study Bible 3.2D and later releases of version 3 as well as all version 4 releases can print directly from PC Study Bible to your printer.

1. Open a word processor. If you are unsure how or where to do this, or think you may not have a word processor, choose START, select PROGRAMS, move over to ACCESSORIES, and then click on WORD PAD (or Notepad if you do not have WordPad).

2. Now open PC Study Bible (without closing your word processor).

3. Open whatever material you want to print: a Bible reference, a commentary article, etc.

a) Use your mouse to highlight the desired text.  Simply click, drag, and then let go of the mouse button when you have the text you need.  To send this to your clipboard, press the shadowed "C" icon, or click the Upper Tool Bar Icon that resembles an Arrow pointing to a Clipboard.

b) Or...Click on the shadowed "C", "P", or "A" icons on the lower tool bar (or in the left-hand Information Panel) to send the verse, definition, map, or item to your clipboard.  Each one of these buttons will have a Pop-Up Hint explaining exactly what it does. Other copy icons include C, CC, CA, and CL.

4. Switch from PC Study Bible to your word processor.

5. Choose EDIT from the Top Tool Bar, and select PASTE. (You can also hold down the CTRL key and press V to perform this paste, or the SHIFT and INSERT keys.)

The text should now be visible and ready for editing or printing by the word processor.

This option, selected from the CLIPBOARD drop down menu on the PC Study Bible menu bar, allows you to copy more than one item to the clipboard at a time. In other words, if you send John 3:16 to the clipboard, you can also send Romans 10:9 without erasing the verse from John. Both verses are in your clipboard now, ready to be pasted elsewhere. Just remember:  after you paste them, the information is still stored in your clipboard until you erase it.  The icon with an eraser over a clipboard will delete the contents of the clipboard.

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