The example below shows the capability to browse the dictionary. In this case, we are browsing the English dictionary, but codes researchers may want to browse the Hebrew dictionary more often. That capability is just as easy to do, and shows words spelled closely to the word you are considering using. Browsing the dictionary in Hebrew also is useful when you are developing a Bible code matrix, and want to see what possible Hebrew words are next to or close to the main term vertically. It's a capability that enables a Hebrew novice to accurate visual sighting of words in a matrix, by using Super Milon as your trusted knowledge base.