On Wednesday 09 September 2009 15:05:17 Steve Litt wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm deep in the middle of indexing my new book and found yet another
> problem, and this one can't be worked around by setting
> Tools->preferences->output-
> >latex->Tex_encoding to T1.
> This time, when inserting see and seealso records, I'm forced to use ERT
> for each of the curly braces or else part of the seealso text doesn't show
> up and an erroneous page number is shown. This is a huge time sink.
> As a workaround, is there a way I can have all my see and seealso entries
> in an external file and import it? I seem to remember that can be done, and
> hopefully it would work around this time sink.
> Thanks
> SteveT

OK, I found it. You can put all see and seealso index records in a separate 
file. For instance, I put it in ./seealso.inc. So ./seealso.inc has lots 
records like this:

\index{Joneses|see{keeping up with the Joneses}}

Then, in the document preamble, I place the following line:


That does the trick, and I don't have to do any ERT maneuvers.


Steve Litt
Recession Relief Package
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