Try IndexRef (http://sundorne.com/FrameMaker/IndexRef/indexref.htm). 
It's a little utility I wrote to solve this problem. There is a 30 day 
evaluation available so you make sure it works before buying it.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Ian

donandjudy1 wrote:

>Dear Framer Folks:
>
>Has anybody ever used the <$nopage> index variable?
>
>It's a good thing and a bad thing. When put into an index ref it will
>generate whatever text you designate, usually "see also . . . " This saves
>unnecessary duplication of entries, e.g. "Utility knife/Knife, utility."
>
>BUT the actual link that's created links back to wherever the marker resides
>within the book text. This effect would be confusing for digital readers.
>They would want to go to that section of the Index referred to in the entry
>text.
>
>Do any of you sharing mentors have some sort of solution to this glitch?
>
>Grateful in advance,
>
>~ Don Spencer
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