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    Default Viewing a List of All Works Available in the Program

    Hello,
    I would like to know how to view a list of all modules and works contained in the program.

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    Here's a page with the full contents: https://www.bibleworks.com/content/full.html. You have to scroll past a long list of features at the top to get to the list of works; or go directly to this spot on the page: https://www.bibleworks.com/content/full.html#full_list.
    David Rensberger
    Atlanta, Georgia

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    Thank you for the information. Is there a function in the program to see a list of modules and works contained/ installed in it on the computer?

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    The information is available in Help section 2 (which I will admit that I have never consulted myself!).
    David Rensberger
    Atlanta, Georgia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad Kotenko View Post
    Thank you for the information. Is there a function in the program to see a list of modules and works contained/ installed in it on the computer?
    If I understand you correctly, you want a list of everything that is installed on your computer.
    I am not aware of any function in BW that will give you this.

    The problem with published lists is twofold:
    1. BW keeps adding stuff, so any static list goes out of date.
    2. You can choose to install, or not install, various modules and versions that come with BW, you can purchase additional modules and versions from BW, you can download user-created stuff (especially from http://bibleworks.oldinthenew.org/) and you can create you own versions, modules, etc.

    You can display a list of the versions installed on your computer, in two different formats.
    1. In the Browse Window, bottom row of its header, click on the name of your display version.
    2. In the Browse Window, top row of its header, click on the button with 3 horizontal bars (sometimes called the hamburger button), select "Choose Display Version(s)".

    Most, perhaps all, of the modules you have installed will show up if you click on "Resources" in the main menu (above the button bar).

    --Jim

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    Thank you for explaining how to see what works are installed in the program on a certain computer. Although the program does not show all works in one list, it is possible to see the works in the “Resources” menu.

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