Character formatting that is specified with a building block at the 
end of an individual index marker affects only the page number 
that corresponds to that particular marker. Note that you can use
any named character format, not just the predefined Emphasis 
tag, so you can make the semantics of the page number emphasis 
as complex as you need to.

My opinions only; I don't speak for Intel.
Fred Ridder (fred dot ridder at intel dot com)
Parsippany, NJ

-----Original Message-----
[ at] On
Behalf Of Reng, Winfried Dr.
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 2:38 AM
To: framers at
Subject: RE: More Elegant Indexing Solution


Just curious: Does this also work when the emphasis page is
the first of the two? Will both of the two page numbers have
emphasis assigned or only the first one?

Best regards


> -----Original Message-----
> From: at
> [ at
> ]On Behalf
> Of Brian Weis
> Sent: Monday, May 07, 2007 10:43 PM
> To: framers at
> Subject: Re: More Elegant Indexing Solution
> I've already responded to Kevin, and we have a solution that works.
> When inserting an index marker for Kevin's "tutorial" 
> passages, you need to
> append the marker text with <Emphasis> . This would be the 
> only difference
> between the regular (or standard) reference and the tutorial 
> references. For
> example, using the index entries from Kevin's initial email, 
> the text of the
> index marker for the "creating new distribution rules" 
> tutorial would be:
> Distribution Rules:creating new distribution rules <Emphasis>
> I tested this in my own doc by trying to create index entries 
> for a report
> description. The first index marker was placed where the description
> started. Then I inserted the "<Emphasis>" marker where a 
> sample screenshot
> occurred. The resulting Index entry looked like this:
> sales
>      return detail lookup 36, *37*
> (Yes, the "37" is italicized, but the "36" is not).
> --
> Brian

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