Share your best tip for student instruction
I have the pleasure of introducing BW to a new class of students - I am amazed at what BW is capable of, when you go through it all from scratch.
Now, I would like to put together a list with the "10 best tips" or so for daily use. Something like:
- jump to Command Line with "Esc".
- browse through single verses in Browse Window with the arrow keys.
- name your Favorites with short names, so they can be easily called forward without using the mouse.
I am thinking of the daily routines that help us use BW much more smoothly.
Does anyone have some to add? Some suggestions?
Which shortcuts and commands do you use so much that you have almost forgotten how life was before?
Start using Command Line Shortcuts early!
When I teach BW at GCTS, I always encourage students to use the command line to set up search and display versions (rather than using various dialog boxes and drop down menus).
Here's a link to another page that I give students (besides the one that Mark shared earlier):
It shows people immediately how to set up a search for NT word studies (NT/LXX, Josephus, Philo, Apostolic Fathers, Pseudepigrapha).