Two separate indexes?


J

Jeff

I have an unusual need. I wish to prepare a book manuscript in
Word 2002 or 2007 that actually includes two separate books each
with its own separate table of contents, separate list of
figures, and separate index.

They now exist as separate documents which I will copy paste
together into one document. But because they will be printed as
one book, I plan to paste the second book after a section break
with the starting page number following the section break being
adjusted to follow the preceding page number. I then plan to
update "index pages numbers" in the second index to match the new
page numbers. Same for the table of contents and list of figures
belonging to the second book.

Is there a simpler or better way to do this?

Thanks.

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Stefan Blom

You can limit the range of an index by using bookmarks. To create an index
that includes only part of the document, bookmark that part, and then add
the \b "bookmark_name" switch to the field code. Update the field.
 
J

Jeff

Stefan Blom said:
You can limit the range of an index by using bookmarks. To create an index
that includes only part of the document, bookmark that part, and then add
the \b "bookmark_name" switch to the field code. Update the field.
Terrific! Thanks.

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J

Jeff

Thank you! Very useful.

I guess there is no such option for "table of contents" or "list
of illustrations"?

Jeff

Stefan Blom said:
You can limit the range of an index by using bookmarks. To create an index
that includes only part of the document, bookmark that part, and then add
the \b "bookmark_name" switch to the field code. Update the field.

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Jeff


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Stefan Blom

Glad I could help.

However, in this case, you should thank Suzanne who wrote the article! :)
 

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