|Navigating the Table of Contents|
From the Table of Contents page, you can use the Page Toolbar to open a context-sensitive Help page and to refine your original search.
From every page in The Bible in English you can use the Right-Hand Toolbar to consult general information about The Bible in English, to start a new search, and to access the top-level Table of Contents page.
There are three ways to access the Table of Contents page. You can:
|click the Table of Contents icon from the Right-Hand Toolbar on any page. This will take you to the top-level Table of Contents page, arranged as a chronological list of versions of the Bible. Select a version from the list to view the Table of Contents for that version.|
|click the Table of Contents icon corresponding to a particular entry in the Summary of Matches (Version) or Summary of Matches (Book) pages. This will take you directly to the Table of Contents, expanded to the level of the relevant item.|
|click the Context icon on the Page Toolbar of the Full Text page. This will take you directly to the Table of Contents page, expanded to the level of the Full Text entry.|
The Table of Contents page allows you to browse through the contents of all the versions of The Bible in English and look at their structure. For example, you may wish to view a list of the books in a particular version, or access a list of all the chapters of a book.
The various levels of heading are represented in the Table of Contents by branches which can be expanded or collapsed. Navigation within the Table of Contents is by means of the icons and which indicate whether you can expand or collapse a branch to change the level of detail displayed.
Each of the branches in the Table of Contents is hyperlinked to the Full Text of the corresponding item. The title of each item is followed by the download size in bytes of the corresponding Full Text page. The larger the download size of an item, the longer the Full Text page will take to download.
The order of the Table of Contents is the same as the Full Text; versions are arranged chronologically. The contents of the versions themselves follow their copy texts in structure and order so that headings and divisions within the copy text are preserved.
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