Creating Bible Study Notes - Step 2
The second and third steps are repeated each time you choose to add or change a Bible study note.
The second step is to go to a specific passage in a Bible window.
The following instructions assume that you will be using the My Personal Notes set (provided with OneTouch® for your use) or that you have already created and named another Bible study note set. If you have not yet done that, please click the following button to go back to Step 1.
To add or change a Bible study note:
|1) ||Open a Multipane Bible Window by clicking on the button (located on the Main Toolbar) or by selecting File | Bookshelf | Bibles... from the menu.
||2) ||In the Verse Reference Dialog, specify the desired book, chapter, and verse.
||3) ||Click the button (located on the the lower toolbarLocal_Toolbars) to display the Bible study note pane in the lower portion of the Bible window. If you have previously added a study note for this reference, that note will be displayed in the study note pane. Otherwise, a message will be displayed indicating that the study note set has "no study note on this Verse."
||4) ||Click anywhere in the study note pane. This causes the study note pane to become the "active" window, and updates the lower toolbar to accurately reflect the actions that can be taken in a study note pane.
||5) ||Click the button (located on the the lower toolbarLocal_Toolbars) to edit the current note or add a new note. If a note already exists for this reference, you will immediately be in "edit" mode--where you can add, delete, or change the text of your Bible study note. You can even paste materials into your note from other reference works within your OneTouch library. If a new note is being created, the Verse Reference dialog will appear. You can use this dialog to attach your note to a verse range, rather than simply the current verse. By default, the Verse Reference dialog will indicate the current verse as both the beginning and ending verse--in other words, a verse range consisting of only one verse. You can change the range by respecifying the beginning and/or ending chapter and/or verse numbers. A study note that is attached to a verse range will be available from each and every verse within that verse range.
Study notes are automatically saved when you exit edit mode (click on the lower toolbar). However, you can also save a note at any time by clicking the button (also located on the lower toolbar). Conversely, you can exit a note without saving any changes (in other words, to abandon any changes that have been made), by clicking on the button (also located on the lower toolbar).
Click the following button to view Step 3