Quick Tip for myWSB – Annotations

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This is a Quick Tip for myWSB.

Annotations allow you to add and edit highlights, bookmark, and notes to books and resources.

To insert a Highlight, Bookmark, Note, or to Copy Link, highlight the desired section of text in the open resource and select the desired option from the UI (User Interface) Ribbon at the bottom of resource pane.

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Quick Tip for myWSB – Study Basics in the Reader

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This is a Quick Tip for myWSB.

Using myWSB is a little different than the desktop version of WORDsearch. On myWSB, the Reader is where all open content is displayed. It is also where the Word Study Tool is located.

When a resource or book is opened, it will open in a new Pane in the reader. To learn how to open resources from the Library page click here.

Once a resource is open in the reader, various settings and tools are available in the UI (User Interface) Ribbon of the resource pane.

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Quick Tip for myWSB – New Library Homepage Basics

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This is a Quick Tip for myWSB.

The My Library page on myWSB contains all your owned books and resources once you are signed in and linked up to your WORDsearch account. To do this, click Sign In on the top right corner on the home page and sign in or create a LifeWay ID. Once you are signed in with your LifeWay ID, it will take you to the My Library page. Click on the Settings icon profile, then click on Linked ID’s and sign in with your WORDsearch Bible account by clicking Link and filling in your email and password.

Once you are signed in and linked to your WORDsearch account (or even without linking you can use the free books in the MyWSB library), navigate to the My Library page by clicking on the Library button in the collapsible Resources Menu on the left side of the screen.

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Guest Post: Quick Tip – How to Create Your Own Set

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Be sure and read our previous Quick Tip – How to Find Sets in Your Library.

Sets are a useful feature of WORDsearch. Why are some books sets? Most sets are found in the Commentaries category, where individual volumes only cover a portion of a Bible, so the set is created so that all the content from the Table of Contents (TOC) will be in one easily accessible place in your library. Another common type of book set up as a set is a Bible. This is so that the Old and New Testament are connected as a complete Bible, working as if it was one book.

Why is this helpful?

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Guest Post: Quick Tip – How to Find the Sets in Your Library

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Sometimes books in WORDsearch are sold or offered separately, but need to be treated as a single book in the Library, otherwise known as Sets. An example of a set would be a New Testament commentary sold as separate volumes, like Romans, Acts, Matthew, etc, but when you use them in the program, they work better when they are treated as a single book, collected all together. A Set can be as small as two volumes, or as large as over 30 volumes, and will function the same even if you don’t own the whole thing.

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Quick Tip for iOS – Search Within Text

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This week’s Quick Tip is for users of the WORDsearch iOS app.

In the app you can quickly search for a term within the text of your library’s books. This will help you narrow down which of you books mention the term you want to search, and help you decide which results you would like to read. This way, you can see every mention of that term in your library to help you read everything you can about it without having to go through all of your books trying to find the information you need.

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