The Online Bible is a full-featured program designed for serious Bible students. You can display Bible passages and notes in any number of windows, limited only by available memory. Most operations can be performed using either the mouse or keyboard commands. The program is both powerful and easy to use. The basic text for the Online Bible is the 1769 Authorized Version, commonly known as the King James Version, indexed to about 350,000 Greek and Hebrew words using Strong's numbers. In addition to all the Strong's numbers, over 100,000 verb parsings have been added. Footnotes from the original translators are also included. In addition to the King James Version, several other English versions are available. These include the 1984 New International Version, 1995 New American Standard Bible, 1982 New King James Version, 1989 New Revised Standard Version, 1993 Green's Literal Translation, 1993 Modern King James Version, 1973 Revised Standard Version, 1964 Bible In Basic English, 1912 Weymouth New Testament, 1901 American Standard Version, 1898 Young's Literal Translation, and 1890 Darby Bible. Five Greek texts and a Hebrew text are also available for original language study. In addition several foreign languages are supported, including Dutch, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and others. See Appendix D at the back of the User's Manual for a detailed list of Bible texts and add-on modules currently available. Complete search facilities include, word, phrase, multiple words, wild cards, and much more. Searches can use AND, OR, XOR, NOT, and proximity operators to select verses. The range for searches can be restricted. All verses are displayed in context rather than asking you to choose a verse from a list to display. Searches are very fast, taking only a second or two even on an older Mac. You can add notes to a verse using the built-in editor. Cross-references can be included in your notes for automatic recall. In addition to verse notes, topical material, pictures, and word studies can also be saved. Verses or notes can be printed or saved as ASCII text files for inclusion in most word processing documents. Copying text between this program and your word processor can easily be done via the clipboard. The Bible FKey which is included can be used from within any editor or word processor to automatically insert Bible passages directly into the document you're currently working on without switching applications.