This system creates index entries only when the actual indexed word appears in the text.
For example, if there are five pages on the history of the Macintosh, but the actual words "Macintosh history" don't appear on each page, no entry is created.
A control panel lets you generate a list of terms as you read your electronic manuscript. Then, when you drag the EZIndex file onto this application, your formatted index -- complete with indented sub-entries, collated page numbers and commas -- is ready to publish.
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