Search Phrase Editor
For Search Phrases, you can have any number of Search Phrase Editors as you
wish. If the Search Phrase has no matches (either empty or incorrect text that has
no matches), King James Pure Bible Search will automatically ignore the editor’s
content and the phrase won’t contribute to the overall Search Result. And, they
will not be saved when
Each Search Phrase Editor looks like this:
You’ve already seen in this document how you can add additional Search Phrase
Editors by clicking the “Add Phrase to Search Criteria” button beneath the Search
Phrases or by pressing Ctrl-P [Command-P].
Hint: You can quickly navigate to one of the Search Phrase Editors by pressing
Ctrl-1 [Command-1] to go to the first editor, Ctrl-2 [Command-2] to go to the second
editor, and so on, up to the 8
editor with Ctrl-8 [Command-8]. The Ctrl-9
[Command-9] key sequence will activate the Search Results View Pane and Ctrl-0
[Command-0] will activate the Scripture Browser Pane.
Search Phrase Text
Enter the text to search here. It can be either a single word or a complete phrase.
Auto-Completion Drop Lists will automatically appear as you type. Words that
aren’t found as they are typed will appear in a strikeout red-underline font.