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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Word 2000 by Bill Camarda

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Building Indexes from Multiple Documents

You may be called upon to create an index that includes entries from multiple documents. As with tables of contents (covered in Chapter 17), you have two alternatives:

  • You can incorporate each document in a master document (page 622), expand all the subdocuments (page 622) to make them visible in the master document, and then insert your index. Word searches each subdocument for index entries and incorporates them in an overall index. This approach takes a bit more time to organize up front, but gives you more control over how your documents work together. You can learn more about master documents in Chapter 16, "Master Documents: Control and Share Even the Largest Documents."

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