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|| Action Performed
|Pastor's Home Page||Jumps
back to the Pastor's home page.
|Study Topics/Study Page||Jumps to
a study topics page for a specific study category from the Pastor's home page or to the
actual study from any of the study topics pages.
|Next Higher Page||Jumps
back to the next higher page in the web site's pages hierarchy, the yellow tag will
indicate which page when the mouse cursor hovers over this graphic.
|Top of Current Page||Jumps to
the top of the current page.
|Previous Topic/Study Page||Jumps to
the previous Study Topic Page when viewing a Study Topic page or to the previous Study
page when viewing an individual Study.
|Next Topic/Study Page||Jumps to
the next Study Topic Page when viewing a Study Topic page or to the next Study page when
viewing an individual Study.
|Information Page||Jumps to
the information or page described by the text following this arrow.
|Cursor Position||When the
mouse cursor is this shape in a web page it doesn't really do anythingit just
indicates the cursor's current on-screen position.
|Action Pointer||When the
mouse cursor is this shape in a web page, clicking will cause an action to occur. This
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|Action Not Available||When
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web page. For instance, when the first study in a study topic is loaded, the Previous
graphic will be gray since there are no previous studies for that topic.
|Viewing the Greek and Hebrew Text (free fonts)
|In some of these studies there are notes
regarding the source Greek and Hebrew text. In many of these cases the actual Greek and
Hebrew words will be displayed in Greek and Hebrew. In all of these cases the Greek and
Hebrew text will be enclosed in special brackets (< Greek >) so that it will be
clearly set apart from the rest of the text. In order to view these fonts in the Greek and
Hebrew letter forms, you must have the fonts and you must have a browser that is capable
of displaying symbol encoded fonts.
you don't care to see the actual Greek and Hebrew words in their original letter forms
then you can safely ignore the following information. The Hebrew is always shown in (a) a
translation, (b) the original word in special brackets, and (c) a transliteration in
italics. Only the original word (b) requires the Greek and Hebrew fonts and the latest
fonts for viewing the original words are free (you
will need both):
If you already have Greek and/or Hebrew fonts
on your system but not the ones listed above you will still need to get these fonts. The
reason is that these are the fonts specified in these web pages. In any case, it seems
that no two Hebrew fonts are mapped the same way, thus, viewing Hebrew with a font other
than the one originally used to entered the Hebrew letters would result in gibberish.
|Retrieve the free fonts now (you must know
what you are doing):
For a PC... Greek SPIonic_.ttf, SPTiberian.ttf
|Step-by-step instructions on downloading and installing the fonts (for new Internet users):|
|The required browser for viewing symbol fonts is free:|
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