Windows provides two basic ways to switch between two applications currently running.
1. Any program running will be listed on your "Task Bar". This is the bar that has the Start button on it. Next to the Start button will be a box for any other program running. PC Study Bible will appear as an icon, with an open Bible and a cross, and then the words "PC Study Bible V3.0". The end of this title may be truncated depending on how much room is available on your Task Bar. All you have to do is click on the Task Bar's list of programs to go to that program. If you click the box for PC Study Bible, this application will appear. If you click on the box for another program, it will now come to the front.
2. As long as multiple programs are running, you can hold down the ALT key and then press the TAB key (while still holding down the ALT key). As long as you are holding down the ALT key, you will see a list of currently running programs. You can switch from one to the next by pressing the TAB key, while still holding down the ALT key.
To open a program while a different program is running, use the Start button on the Task Bar. Let's say you have already opened your word processor, and now you want to open PC Study Bible…
1. Find the Task Bar (this is the bar with the Start button on it). Sometimes this bar may be "hidden". This is a user preference, and means it will not appear until you move your mouse to where it usually is. If you cannot see the Task Bar, slowly move your mouse around each edge of your computer screen until it appears.
2. Press the START Button, and move your mouse up to PROGRAMS.
3. In the new Programs menu, find PC Study Bible 3.0, and move your mouse there.
4. Now move your mouse to the new option PC Study Bible 3.0 that appears, and click.
PC Study Bible will now open, even though you did not close your word processor. You can use either method explained above to move back and forth between these two separate applications. You may want to practice switching between these two applications to get a feel for this procedure.
This is especially useful when copying and pasting text from PC Study Bible to print it out.