Enable automatic secondary Browse Windows
The typical way of opening up an additional Browse Window is to click on the New Browse Window icon in the Search Window. The typical reason for doing this is to keep the text of a particular verse in front of you while you search for related verses in another Browse Window. Turning on the Secondary Browse Window option automates this process. If this box is checked, when you do a search in a Browse Window by double-clicking or by means of the context menus, a new Browse Window will open up automatically to display the results of the search. The next time you do a search from the original window, BibleWorks will remember that there is already a secondary window open to receive the results. If you do a search from an already existing secondary window, then a new one will be opened to receive its results. BibleWorks will also remember which window was used to open up each secondary window.