With WORDsearch 11, user data can now be safely backed up to the cloud. It’s not only safer and more robust, it makes synchronizing two WORDsearch installations easy.
With WORDsearch 11, if you have a second monitor, you can now use it for an independently sizable workspace.
WORDsearch 11 allows you to change what icons appear on your main toolbar in the Study tab. Certain icons, like Morphology Explorer, will only be available to add to the toolbar if you own a book that will use that tool. Just uncheck which ones you would like to remove from your toolbar and click OK.
Quickly and easily organize notes from any Bible or book. Add your own notes as well as topical tags. Sound helpful? That is exactly what the new feature NoteStacks, included with WORDsearch 11, does.
Each NoteStack card links back to the exact place in the book the card is quoting, allowing you to go back and read the full context of a quote. Export/import abilities mean you can share some or all of your NoteStack cards with other WORDsearch users.
Opening a book is a little different in WORDsearch 11, so this Quick Tip is here to help! Besides opening a book from the Library tab, you can quickly open one from the Study tab. To open a book from the new Study tab in WORDsearch 11, you can use the Open button on the main toolbar if you know the book’s title, common abbreviation, or author name. You can also access this from the File menu by selecting the “Open Book” option or by using its shortcut key, F9.
One of the biggest changes in WORDsearch 11 is the new streamlined, simplified design. All the toolbar icons have been redesigned to help you find what you are looking for more quickly. We’ve also reduced visual clutter whenever possible. It will take some getting used to, but this Quick Tip will help you navigate the basics.