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>I want to create a glossary and when I hight a word or phrase in another chapter
>(or another part of the book), I want it to appear in the Glossary when I generate
>the book. Can this be accomplished. Any suggestions, ideas, comments are most welcome
>and I'll share with anyone who would also like to know the answer...
You can actually put the term and definition in a glossary marker and generate an index of glossary markers at the end. (You could also generate a list of glossary markers, but I seem to recall that you can't then add any inline character formatting.) The drawback is that you'd have to either stick to one-paragraph definitions or add special characters to your marker content to insert paragraph breaks.
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