Example of using an index key
An index key is a primary entry under which subentries are grouped. For example, you might want to create a grouping similar to this:
In this example, OpenOffice.org is the 1st key. The subentries (with the page numbers showing) are the indexed entries. To insert an index entry for the topic Writer, on the Insert Index Entry dialog box, type Writer in the Entry box and OpenOffice.org in the 1st key box.