Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Mark Index Entries
Adding Extra Touches
Mark a Word or Phrase that Spans a
Range of Pages
1 Select the range of text to which the index
entry should refer.
2 Click the Insert tab.
3 In the Links group, click Bookmark .
The Bookmark dialog box opens.
4 Type a name for the bookmark.
Do not include spaces in the bookmark name.
5 Click Add .
6 Click at the end of the text you selected.
7 Click the References tab.
8 Click the Mark Entry button.
The Mark Index Entry dialog box opens.
9 Type the word or phrase that should
appear in the index for this entry.
0 Click the Page range radio button.
! Click the Bookmark and choose the
bookmark you just created.
@ Click Mark .
Word adds an XE field to your document.
# Click Close .
Can I add a subentry?
To format the selected text as
a subentry rather than a main
entry, type the entry under
which the selected text should
appear in the Mark Index Entry
dialog box’s Main entry field,
and then type the selected text
in the Subentry field. If the text should appear as
a subentry and a main entry, add two XE fields —
one for the main entry and one for the subentry.
Can I add
To create index entries that
refer to other entries, click
Cross-reference in the Mark
Index Entry dialog box and
type the word or phrase to
which the entry should refer.
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