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ProPresenter 5 Tutorials: Installing and Using Bibles

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By default, no Bibles come with ProPresenter 5. That’s okay though. Installing them is pretty easy.

Download the .dmg file, mount it, and then double-click the .pkg file to install.

Now start (or restart) ProPresenter 5, since it only looks for assets when it starts.

To pull up the Bibles feature, click on the icon in the tool bar (if present), go to “View” and then “Bibles” or hold down “Control” and tap “B”.

You’ll be able to show a single verse or a longer passage, but while you have some control, you won’t have the granular control that you would have with message notes.

For that, copy what you need from a site like BibleGateway.com and tweak to your heart’s content.

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