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Usually not; probably if I did, it'd be in the format
"GlossaryTerm:'definition'" so that the user of the
index knows all they'll find is a definition.
I never, ever do the concordance thing, though.
--- "Domaschuk, Rob" <Robd -at- datalogics -dot- com> wrote:
> I am busily trying to build my Style Guide's style
> guide (kidding)...
> Actually, I have a quick question for you
> Index-jockeys out there. When
> building your index (or concordance, really, since I
> am not an Index
> artiste) do you include glossary entries?
> My instinct says 'no', but my instinct also said to
> have that last piece of
> pizza at lunch - and that didn't work out too well.
> So... should I include
> the glossary entries in the index?
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