In case you're curious, this is what a Behold Organize file looks like. They are simple text files that you can look at if you want to. But it's better if you not worry about what is inside them. Their purpose is so that you can save your settings to allow you to organize and view your files in many different ways.
In fact, you may load one or more GEDCOM files into Behold and save any number Behold Organize files for them that will each provide a different way of viewing that file. You can include or exclude certain families and save that. You can show or hide certain desired tags and save that. You can change your report options, or numbering system and save that. If you give the saved Behold Organize file an appropriate name, then you can easily remember what that particular customization was done for, e.g.: Aunt Jane's Family.bho, BirthMarriageDeathEventsOnly.bho, TheSmithSurname.bho or AllFourGEDCOMsTogether.bho.
Any time you pick a different view of your data that you might want to easily come back to, save it as a Behold Organize file. Then just load that Behold Organize file and you're back to that exact view and organization settings that you had when you saved it.
One simple and excellent way you can make use of Behold Organize files is to change all the text on the Tags Page and all the phrases on the Report page to the language of your choice. Then save that as a Behold Organize file, which will in effect then become a language file for Behold. Give it an appropriate name, e.g. French.bho, or German.bho. Later in this tutorial, you'll see how to merge settings from a Behold Organize file into your current Organize settings, and that would be how to load various languages.