Daniel, thanks for looking into this further. I solved my problem - partially anyways.
Accordance for Windows is expecting the My Documents folder location to be on the primary OS C:\ drive. While it may be true that Windows OS (XP, 7, 8, 8.1) creates this folder by default at the primary OS C:/ partition, the My Documents folder does not have to reside at that location. In fact, Microsoft allows the user to move certain folders to another location. See the screenshot.
Accordance, please re-consider how the program determines where My Documents is located. Current implementation puts an artificial limitation for the user.
I can now update the user notes. Interesting though, I can no longer view the sample notes that came with the initial Accordance installation.
Edit: I will see if my issue is resolved on my other computer later this week. Attached screenshot.
Edited by David_Bailey, 01 January 2014 - 01:39 PM.