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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Creating an alphabetic index

An alphabetical index (referred to as an index) is a list of keywords or phrases used throughout a document that, if listed in order, may help the reader find information quickly. Generally an index is found in the back of book or document and lists several keywords or phrases in alphabetical order with page numbers.

This section describes how to:

  • Add index entries.

  • Create an alphabetic index quickly.

  • Customize the display of index entries.

  • View and edit existing index entries.

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