Where can I find the KJV 1611 in electronic form?

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  1. Dale-c

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    I would like to find the 1611 KJV in electronic form for a Bible program such as Online Bible or the Sword Project.

    Does anybody know where I could find that?
     
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    http://www.e-sword.net/

    I have three Bible sources from there:
    1. Geneva Bible (about 1l587)
    2. KJV1769 Edition with Strong's Numbers
    3. KJV1611 Edition

    I have a hernia makin' STRONGEST STRONG'S, I like the
    electronic better. I just put my cursor over a Stong's number
    and a pop-up shows me the Stong's entry.
     
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    Stop by Rick Meyers e-Sword: http://www.e-sword.net/bibles.html

    I wouldn't want to be without it now. Marvelous for parallel and comparisons. Study aids are great, too.
     
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    1611 Kjv

    For those who don't subscribe to e-sword, the 1611 KJV is online at http://www.studylight.org where it is one of many Bible versions available.
     
  6. Dale-c

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    Ok, thanks everyone.
    I was looking for an e-Sword module but didn't see one.

    I use a Mac but there is a mac version of e-Sword called MacSword.
    It is still compatible with all of the modules.
     
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