Creating an index


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Creating an index

Many types of long documents, like books and manuals for example, will have some kind of index towards the end of the document, an alphabetical listing of topics with their page numbers, so you can quickly and easily locate those topics within the content. I think of a recipe book, for example, where if I wanted to cook up a chicken dish, I would go to the index at the back, look up chicken, it's alphabetical, find all the page numbers where chicken recipes are, so I could quickly and easily go to them, and then find the one that I'm looking for. Well, we are going to try an index with our long document The Humbugs of the World. You can see that this one is called HumbugRefs2. If you are following along and you have got the Exercise Files, you can open this one up from the Chapter 7 folder.

Now, I want you to see something here at the very end of this document. Ctrl+End on your keyboard will get you there. On the very last page, I have reserved some space here. I have got a tex...

Creating an index
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Creating an index provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007: Formatting Long Documents

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