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Applying a Word Concordance File to Create an Index

Microsoft OfficeWhen working with a large document such as a book, a common requirement is to add an index to the end so that important words or phrases can be indexed for easy lookup. While you can tag words for the index within Microsoft Word a better way to do in bulk is to use a concordance file.

This is basically a separate two column file containing a list of words to index in the first column and how…

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Applying a Word Concordance File to Create an Index

When working with a large document such as a book, a common requirement is to add an index to the end so that important words or phrases can be indexed for easy lookup. While you can tag words for th‎…

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