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1 Can I Change the Font Sizes for Arabic, Chinese or Korean Fonts?

One may ask whether the display size of the fonts for Arabic and Far Eastern Bible versions can be changed. Functionality has been added to the program in a secondary menu, accessed from the Fonts menu under BW Options. To change the size of the fonts noted…

2 Can I Compose Hebrew Text in BibleWorks on a Word Processor with BibleWorks Fonts?

BibleWorks has the ability to export the Hebrew text from the program to other programs. Each version of BibleWorks since BibleWorks 8 exports the text in Unicode Hebrew and Greek fonts under the program’s default settings. Unicode fonts make the exported…

3 How Can I Adjust Hebrew Text Size in the Vocabulary Flashcard Module?

Adjusting text size in the Vocabulary Flashcard Module (VFM) is not difficult, and it is done in the Options window for the VFM itself. Take the following steps: 1. Open the Vocabulary Flashcard Module. (Tools > Language Tools > Vocabulary Flashcard…

4 How Can I Change the Font Size of BibleWorks Displays?

Font attributes, such as Size, for many windows in the BibleWorks program are configured in the Fonts panel of the BW Options Window. In this window, one can choose the TypeFace (such as Times New Roman or Arial), the Size (measured in points) and Style (whether…

5 How Can I Export in Non-Unicode Fonts?

BibleWorks 8 and above export Greek and Hebrew text in Unicode fonts by default. Unicode fonts have codes for every character in most of the speaking languages in the world, making it easier to share documents containing exported Greek and Hebrew text with…

6 How Can I Fix Incorrect Printing of Hebrew Text from Word?

Some BibleWorks users have found that exported Hebrew text does not print properly from MS Word. For example, the Hebrew text may display properly in Word, but print with dotted circles in the midst of the Hebrew words. BibleWorks 8 and 9 export Hebrew text…

7 How Can I See A Keyboard For Typing Greek or Hebrew Characters?

When typing in non-Roman/Latin scripts such as Greek and Hebrew, remembering which characters correspond to which keys can at times be difficult. At such times, a keyboard image, showing the character positions, can be very helpful. BibleWorks provides such…

8 How Do I Add Fonts Under Windows 7 and later Windows Versions?

BibleWorks, like many other programs, makes use of Windows-based fonts. In Windows 7 and later versions, the process for installation of fonts differs from previous versions, in that it has been somewhat simplified (instructions for installing fonts under…

9 How Do I Add New Fonts Under Windows Vista?

BibleWorks, like many other Windows-based programs, makes use of fonts for special purposes. This is noticeably the case for texts that use non-Latin alphabets such as Greek or Hebrew. The fonts are usually installed to the computer when the BibleWorks program…

10 How Do I Fix Fuzzy Fonts on a Mac with Retina Display?

If your Mac has a Retina display, we now have a BibleWorks 10 Mac Installer (MCW 10-26 and higher) that takes advantage of the higher pixel density. You can update your Mac Installer here. Please check for updates regularly using Help | Check for updates…

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