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#1 veeong

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Posted 17 March 2019 - 08:56 PM

I am a new member of this program. I have downloaded the e-sword module installer 0.6 and two modules, i.e. Spurgeon daily help and Spurgeon verse exposition of the Bible successfully into my PC, Windows 8.1.  However, I could not get access to these two modules. Your advice and help are much appreciated. Thank you.



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Posted 17 March 2019 - 11:53 PM

For Reference and Topic books need you to click on the books icon (right of the mountain with sun icon) in e-Sword 9, 10 and 11.


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Posted 18 March 2019 - 01:31 PM



I am a new member of this program. I have downloaded the e-sword module installer 0.6 and two modules, i.e. Spurgeon daily help and Spurgeon verse exposition of the Bible successfully into my PC, Windows 8.1.  However, I could not get access to these two modules. Your advice and help are much appreciated. Thank you.

New to e-Sword?! Great stuff.

 

Now, the serious recommendation:

When you installed e-Sword, you also installed the e-Sword User's Guide which is a pdf file. This guide is a very comprehensive e-book which will help you with just about any problem you can come across with e-Sword. But more than that, this guide gives instructions of how to use the program to it's fullest potential in doing your Bible study and etc.

 

To access the e-Sword User's Guide click on Contents in the help menu or press F1 on your keyboard, and please take the time to go through this guide.

 

As mentioned a moment ago, this guide is quite comprehensive, being 257 pages long (which includes cover and table of contents). The e-Sword User's Guide is also very well illustrated with hundreds of screenshots used to show how to do things in e-Sword.

 

Trust this proves helpful to you.

 

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Posted 19 March 2019 - 12:36 AM

Thank you very much, (T). I shall look through this user guide shortly.

Take care and God bless.



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Posted 17 April 2019 - 07:06 AM

For Reference and Topic books need you to click on the books icon (right of the mountain with sun icon) in e-Sword 9, 10 and 11.

 

I am a new member of this program. I have downloaded the e-sword module installer 0.6 and two modules, i.e. Spurgeon daily help and Spurgeon verse exposition of the Bible successfully into my PC, Windows 8.1.  However, I could not get access to these two modules. Your advice and help are much appreciated. Thank you.

 

Open e-Sword. Select Options > Resources then look at where Microsoft has set your User Files Location. I had to change this on my PC by browsing the address to be at the same folder where I have my ...\e-Sword folder. Note that the directory is displayed in lowercase, even though it is actually ...\e-Sword. EXIT from e-Sword. You could browse to the ...\e-Sword folder and will see that your Module Installer has probably copied the downloaded Spurgeon, C.H. -Daily_Help_Devotions.refi file into the correct drive and ...\e-Sword folder. 

Re-open e-Sword. Return to Options>Resources> and in the window to Reference Books, click on Select All, click it again to deselect all, then click it again to select all which are now in the contents of the folder. Click OK. Now select the Reference Library icon, and browse down to Spurgeon, C.H. -Daily Help (Daily devotions). You will read the contents of this devotional from the Reference Library window.






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