Passage Reference Editor
Just below the Navigation Drop Lists above the Scripture Browser, you will find
the Passage Reference Editor:
Here, you can type and/or cut-and-paste any Scripture Passage Reference you
desire and the Scripture Browser will automatically navigate to it.
determine the reference you are trying to enter without the spelling needing to be
correct. It also recognizes all of the most common book abbreviation forms.
It also understands the full King James Pure Bible Search syntax format for
references. That is, you can also add the Word Number to the end of the reference
inside of square brackets, “[ ]”, for example: “Rev 9:11 ”.
Since the Scripture Browser only displays single Chapters, it won't let you specify a
Range of Chapters, such as “John 3-5”. Entering that will simply take you to “John
3”. But, you can specify a Range of Verses and it will automatically select those
verses for you (such as: “John 3:5-6” or “Gen 1:1-3”).
And while you can specify a Starting Word with the “[ ]” syntax, even when using
a Range of Verses, there currently isn't a syntax definition for a Range of Words
nor is there a syntax for specifying a target word on an ending verse in a Range of
Verses. Therefore the only word-level selection that's supported is a single word
when used like: “Gen 1:2 ”.
Other Navigation Keys and Shortcuts
From the Search Results Pane, you can instantly navigate to the passage in the
Scripture Browser by either double-clicking the desired entry or selecting it as the