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

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Placing More Than One Index in a Document

Occasionally, you might want to include more than one index in your document. For example, you might want a separate index for all quotes in your document. Using the method that follows, Word enables you to create as many different indexes in the same document as you need.

First, mark your index entries. Then, create a bookmark that covers all the text you want to incorporate in one of your indexes. To do this, select the area of your document for which you want to create a separate index and choose Insert, Bookmark. Then enter a name for the bookmark. (In this example, we use Index2, although you can use any name you want.) Click Add.

Now, position your insertion point where you want to create your index, ...

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