I keep thinking of this as a trick question, but it took me a while to figure out why! It's a reasonable request to have a different appearance for page numbers in an index. Sometimes, an italic or bold page number indicates an illustrated item, or the primary entry, etc.
So, why "trick?" Well, why use page numbers at all in index entries (or ToC entries, or cross-references) of an electronic publication, when clicking a link takes care of the navigation for the viewer? If the documents are sometimes used in their electronic forms, and at other times in their paper versions, then perhaps it's a good idea to number everything for consistency. >I have added a standard index to a book and it works and looks fine, but >now the client wants to change the color of the page numbers. On the >reference page I have changed it to look like this: >\t <Blue> <$pagenum> ________________ Regards, Peter Gold KnowHow ProServices