I am helping look after the Accordance Exchange now. It has been very quiet for some time now, but there are some pretty good (if now beginning to age) resources. It's worth having a browse. Nearly everything there will work in v9 and v10 (except some of the automation resources which were built a long time ago).
A few I would recommend are:
1. David Lang's excellent preset Search Ranges which are in the Highlights section. Unstuff the range and place it in /Users/<your user name>/Library/Preferences/Accordance Preferences. Rename your old search ranges to (say) Search Range.old and then put in place David's new file. If you have done major modifications to your search ranges, don't do this as you can't merge the files. When you restart Accordance, admire your new comprehensive search ranges (which you can still modify and add to as you wish!)
2. Daniel Zystra's Parts of Speech highlights in the same area. You can import this file into Accordance and see how the parts of speech are dsitributed.
3. For this doing critical studies on the Pentateuch, David Martyn's highlight file on the modified Wellhausen Documentary hypothesis is also very interesting.
Remember you can search on highlight styles...
There are some nice Graphics for your desktop in the Graphics area, and an excellent MT-LXX Merge example by Helen Brown in the Saved Windows area.
We'd love more contributions of non-copyrighted material, and it would be a great way to encourage other Accordance users with your hard work, or the things you have found useful. It's a great companion resource to the forums!
Edited by Ken Simpson, 05 October 2012 - 08:33 AM.