You're not sounding stupid. This is where you get questions answered. If you click on your desktop, you should be in Finder. (Look in the upper left corner of your screen, next to the little Apple icon). That will always tell you what Application you're in at the moment.) If it says Finder, you're good. While still in Finder, locate Go in the Menu Bar (the strip that runs along the top of your screen). If you click Go while holding down the Option Key, you will see an icon with Library next to it. Click on that then follow the path above. I suspect that your modules are not installed.
If there are no modules there, click on the Accordance icon in your Dock again. When you get the window looking for NKJV, tell it to cancel. Without clicking on anything else do up to Accordance in the Menu Bar, and down to Easy Install. Log-in to your account and all your stuff will download.
Keep posting back. If we can't get it resolved via the forums, the tech folks at Accordance can set up a screen share and get everything up and running quickly. I've had their help a couple of times and they're the very best.
One addition to your Air I would recommend if you con't have it is an ethernet adaptor. I tried to migrate from my old MacBook Pro to the Air without it and ran into problems. I got it all resolved but lost a day doing it. Not fun. Now I use it when connected to a non-Apple external monitor and it does speed up downloads. You
should should not need it for this process, but it's good to have on hand.
Edited by Julie Falling, 10 August 2013 - 12:15 PM.
MacBook Air Yosemite
mid-2013 1.7 GHz Intel Core i7 (2 cores)
8 GB RAM; 512 G SSD
Mac mini Yosemite
late-2012 2.3GHz Intel Core i7 (4 cores)
16 GB RAM; 1.12 TB Fusion Drive
iPad Air 1 iOS 8.1