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Chapter 18. Building More Effective Inde... > Automating Indexing with Index AutoM...

Automating Indexing with Index AutoMark Files

Earlier, you learned how to mark all the references to specific text in a document at the same time, by selecting the text, pressing Alt+Shift+X to display the Mark Index Entry dialog box, and clicking Mark All. You can go much further than this, telling Word to automatically mark (AutoMark) all references to many different words and phrases at the same time.

To do so, you first create a special file called an Index AutoMark file. Then you tell Word to use that Index AutoMark file to identify text for AutoMarking and to specify what each automated index entry will say. In a moment, you'll walk through AutoMarking a document, but first, you should decide whether AutoMarking is the best alternative.


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