Re: Page ranges in indexes: Do you use them?
Do you use page ranges in indexes?
I have indexed for several years in Word, but have never bothered with page
I realized indexing should have page ranges.
I am now using Frame and doing page ranges in Frame seems very laborious,
even with the IXGen indexing plug-in. It doubles or triples the effort,
because the entries are so hard to review.
I wonder how many other people choose do to an index without page ranges.
I'd rather see a good index without ranges than a poor index with them or no
index at all.
Principal, WordClarity Document Solutions www.wordclarity.com
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