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The free Bible Program, THEWORD (hereafter referred to as TW), is an excellent Bible Software program. To familiarize yourself with the program let's begin by identifying several main elements of the program. (Note that each sub window in the program is called a "View", and here in the graphic below I have colored the backgrounds the same color as the title bar so that you can identify them easier.
There are basically two main windows that you use in TW, the Bible window (F11), and the Book window (F12). Each has its own search window (Bible F10, and Book F9), and the Bible window has its own navigation tree window (F8).
Each of these windows is independent except for the Bible Tree Window, which goes with the BibleView Window.
So you can procedure to any of the other help pages on these windows. I would recommend you read them in this order:
(3) Book View
(4) Book Search View.
This program is excellent for what it is designed to do, but you must keep in mind that its purpose is to study the Bible. There are two principle aspects of Bible study that this program will focus on and greatly help the Bible student: (1) actually study the Bible text, including the Bible text in its original languages, (2) do research study on what other people have written about different passages in the Bible.
The Bible View window helps you study the actual text, and the Book View window helps you study what others have written about the Bible.
In the area of others who have written things about the Bible, the arrangement of this material is by various means: (1) linked to a specific text in the Bible (Book, Chapter, Verse), and this is know as a commentary (CMT). (2) Linked to a specific word in the Bible (usually you click on the word in a Bible text to see what information you have on that word). This is called a Dictionary (DCT). (3) Or a free form regular book with chapters. All three of these are available in TW.
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