I know most of the people out there with Accordance are far more advanced than I am with the program, and this is old hat for you, but I thought I’d share something I found helpful. I am taking Aramaic from Marty Abegg and I think he knows the program better than anyone. He doesn’t pass out vocab lists for vocab quizzes (a professor from Northwestern Baptist Seminary told him not to), but he showed us a convenient way to produce one with Accordance (given the vocab comes from readings and not from a vocab publication). You start by doing a search for a range of words. This is done by pressing command+shift+A and then command+shift+R. This gives you the following search:
You enter the range of text from which you want the vocab:
This will highlight in red all the vocab from that range (minus pronominal suffixes and things of that nature):
Then you click on the little graph symbol that’s on the left side of the toolbar and click on Analysis in the dropdown menu:
This opens up an extension on the window on the right with each word in the range in a convenient list with roots and definitions (that are mostly correct):
You can highlight this list and export it as an RTF file by going to File – Save Text Selection. Pretty neat, huh? Next class we’ll be learning how to combine individual modules to create custom modules for searching or viewing. How exciting.