Thank you very much for adding some choices for Unicode export. Much appreciated. Might I suggest two more considerations in this regard?
1. If one can specify font and color, then size ought also to be an option. On a hi-res laptop screen I use a large font in Accordance, but it almost always needs to become 12 point when I move text into Word.
2. Being able to specify a font is nice, but there are very, very few good fonts that support both Greek and Hebrew. Ideally there ought to be separate setting for each language.
If I pick a font like Cardo since it has both character sets, I will certainly have to change all the Greek to something that looks decent. (Cardo Hebrew is very nice; Cardo Greek is horribly ugly, IMHO!) SBL has not yet unified their language fonts to a single font with both languages. Gentium has only Greek, as does Adobe Text Pro (though that's a commercial font, but my current preference for Greek). The old "stand by", Time New Roman, does not have a complete set of Hebrew glyphs. Etc.