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What he said. Index it to within an inch of its life. That way
you can search on the index markings when you're creating your
hypertext. Do the same with cross-references. Create millions
of them. Be very consistent with your terminology. Then, when
you create your links, you're linking to a consistent set.
Steve Read sread -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com
IBM UK Not IBM's opinion, blah, blah, blah