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.
Bookmarks are useful to mark locations of books that you’d like to be able to return to at a later time. Bookmarks are organized in the Bookmark section of the Library tab.
|Bookmarks vs. Hyperlinks|
|When should you use a bookmark and when should you use a hyperlink? Both techniques create a marker that allows you to jump to a previously visited location. The difference is in how the two tools are used. Hyperlinks exist in documents or notes. So a hyperlink is the mechanism to use to create a clickable link in a document, but is only accessible when you are reading that section of the document. Bookmarks are always accessible from the Bookmark section of the Library tab. Thus bookmarks are ideal to create links that can be used outside of the context of any particular document.|
Have you tried using parallel Bibles in WORDsearch 11? In the video below, Trainer Rick walks you through how to read, compare, and search multiple translations in your study.
Did you know you can mark your favorite books as “Favorites” in your WORDsearch 11 library? The Favorites section in the Library tab is a handy tool for fast access to the books you find yourself consulting the most often. (Or just books that you love!) This is especially helpful if you have a large library. Today’s Quick Tip will show you how to add a book to your Favorites.
Strong’s Numbers were prepared by Dr. James Strong and a team of scholars for over 35 years. With the numbering system tied to a particular word in English, the average lay-person can easily study the meanings of the Greek and Hebrew words. First published in 1890, this tool is still used today by pastors, scholars and laymen alike for nearly a century. They have become the standard for identifying words linked to the original Greek and Hebrew words.
One of the great features in WORDsearch is the ability to easily access Strong’s Numbers from an open King James Bible (KJV), Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB), English Standard Version (ESV), or New American Standard Bible (NASB). You also can hear the word pronounced.
Today’s Quick Tip is focused on searching for a specific Strong’s number that you might come across or already have in mind.
Hi everyone! An update has been published for WORDsearch 11 earlier this week that should help with some of the issues you might have been experiencing. If you haven’t yet, SmartUpdate your program for the latest version. You can do this by going to Help – Check for Updates when you have WORDsearch 11 open. Or when you open the program, if you don’t have the latest version, it should prompt you by asking if you want to update your program.
With this update: