Quick Tip – Navigating the WORDsearchBible.com Homepage

Quick Tips for WORDsearch Bible software

As you probably know, the WORDsearch website is the place to go to download books and purchase software. But did you know that you can find out the new releases, how to use different features, the latest sales, and more just by visiting the homepage?

Here’s some tips to stay in the know:

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Quick Tip for WORDsearch 11 – LESSONmaker

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LESSONmaker is a tool included in WORDsearch 11 for creating small group lessons and Sunday school lessons rapidly. Simply type in what Bible passage or topic you want to make a lesson from, and select the lesson materials you have in your library. If you are really pressed for time, you can hit the panic button, and a lesson will be instantly created for you. These lessons can be printed for classroom handouts.

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Quick Tip – Sort Through Thousands of Cross-References in Seconds

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Depending on the size of your library, your WORDsearch books can contain thousands of references to Bible verses. If you want to study a specific verse of Scripture, it can seem overwhelming to even know where to begin.

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Quick Tip- Recover Program Download Link and Book Unlocks

Quick Tips for WORDsearch Bible software

If you recently bought a new computer, had to restore an old computer, or decided you want to use WORDsearch or QuickVerse on your home computer as well as your work computer, today’s tip is for you.

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Quick Tip – Special Book Features

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Have you ever opened a book in WORDsearch and seen the weird orange asterisk looking icon on the toolbar? If your book has that icon, you should be excited! This means that your book has special features. Commentaries and study Bibles are the most common books that include special features, but other books can have them as well. So always be on the lookout for that icon when opening a book.

Special features in WORDsearch is a catch-all term for groups of items that a reader might take particular interest in. Examples include maps, charts, timelines, and photographs.

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Quick Tip – Docking Windows

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A powerful technique for having multiple windows open at the same time, yet maintaining maximum room to read text, is to “dock” multiple windows. This way, you could have all the Bibles you are using docked into one window next to five different commentaries docked in their own window (so only two different windows open, plenty of reading space!). This saves you from having to have many windows open with a tiny amount of reading space for each one.

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