One of the many amazing features of Bibleworks 7 is the opportunity for users to create add-on modules that function in ways very similar to modules like Wallace’s Greek Grammar, Waltke & O’Connor’s Hebrew Syntax, etc. Two Bibleworks aficionados (not officially connected with Bibleworks) have created a website/blog where they post the downloadable files for these add-on modules. That site is http://bibleworks.oldinthenew.org/
Instructions for installing these modules can be found in the Bibleworks help file in chapter 47. Basically, after downloading the files, you need to copy the unzipped files into the “databases” folder in your Bibleworks 7 folder. Restart Bibleworks (if it is open), and the module should show up under the resources menu.
Depending on the user who created them, these modules have varying levels of funtionality. Many of them will show up in the resource summary tab of the analysis window, indexed to the particular passages mentioned in the resource. And they are always accessible by going to the resources menu as well.
Some of my favorites include the works of Augustine and Chrysostom, the geocoding module in coordination with Google Earth, Greek Grammars by Smyth and Goodwin, Keil & Deilitsch OT Commentary, and the most recent addition – Calvin’s OT commentaries.
N.B. Some of the available downloads are not modules, but are instead “versions” that function just like Bible versions in BW7. To install those requires a different set of instructions, available in the BW7 Help File chapter 38.