The search function for this database is very simple. Type in a search term, ideally a name, then choose your search type: normal, exact phrase and begins with. Wildcard functions do not appear to work with this database.
The results are displayed in a list, as you can see in this image:
There's a lot going on here: the main surname featured in the Bible; the Source, which is something like a dewy decimal code for the database system and which identifies the state that the book was created in; the page number that the Bible is on in the book; the Bible Description identifies the main couple that the Bible belonged to; the Book Title expands on the Source field and gives a bit more information on the source of the Bible.
Once you've found a Bible record that you'd like to view (and you're not at the DAR library in DC), you'll need to send a Photocopy Service request, which is $15 for non-DAR members. You'll need all of the information from the search results screen to fill out the G.R.C. request section on the form. Based on past experience, the turn around time for these requests is very quick.