After executing a Basic Search, you may find yourself with a lot of results from one resource. For example, imagine studying Colossians 1:19 where you come across the phrase fullness of God. So you decide to investigate this phrase throughout your whole library. Here’s a little tip to help you quickly move through the search result you uncover:
- Click the Search icon in the upper left of the program to open the Search panel
- Select Basic as the search type (A)
- Select All Resources from the range to search drop down list (B)
- Type a search query in the Find box such as “fullness of God” (C)
- Press the Enter key to generate the search results (D)
- Select Resource to arrange the results according to the books in which they were found (E)
- Click the arrow next to a resource such as The Bible Exposition Commentary to display results from that book (F)
- Notice in The Bible Exposition Commentary the phrase appears 8 times over the course of 4 articles, but the Search panel doesn’t display all 8 results (G)
- Click the first search result in the resource to open the book right to the hit (H)
- Choose the panel menu on the open resource (I)
- Select Show locator bar (J)
- Select Search Result from the drop down list on the Locator bar (K)
- Use the Previous / Next arrows (up / down) on the Locator bar to move through the search hits in this resource (L)
This simple trick works with any resource in your library!
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