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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Word 2003 by Bill Camarda

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COMPILING YOUR INDEX

Now that you've learned how to create index entries, you can move on to compiling them. To prepare your index for compilation, place your insertion point where you want the index (typically at the end of the document). Then, choose Insert, Reference, Index and Tables, and click the Index tab (see Figure 21.3).

Figure 21.3. You can control nearly all aspects of compiling an index through the Index tab of the Index and Tables dialog box.

If you've read the coverage of tables of contents in Chapter 20, “Tables of Contents, Figures, Authorities, and Captions,” you will see some familiar elements in this dialog box. For instance, ...

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