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creating two indices, one being the default index and the other a user defined index

the following script produces the default index on page 2 with an entry "names 1", on page 3 the single line "namestitle=Names" and on page 3 a repeat of the index on page 2. The names.ind file is not ...
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How to get makeidx and chapterbib work together?

chapterbib produces bibliographies per chapter. But makeidx appears to create the index without considering the matter in the bbl files. Consequently, index entries point to the wrong page numbers ...
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How to transmit german umlauts to an index created by splitidx?

I'm currently trying to transmit German umlauts in index entries (e.g., \sindex[p]{Böll, Heinrich}) to the index created by splitidx. Right now, to sort the entries the right way, the umlauts are ...
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Get a preamble in index with makeindex

First of all, I'm not very good with Ubuntu, and only ok with LaTeX. I'm currently finishing to write my thesis, and have one big question. I made two indices using multind. But I can't figure out ...
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How can I have a word index for each chapter as well as a word index for the whole book?

In other words, just the way I get a table of contents at the beginning of each chapter with titletoc, I would like to have a word index at the end of each chapter. (In addition to the index for the ...
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Adding a chapter title for indices (multind) on the same page as the first index is printed

I am trying to add a chapter title 'Indices' before the first multind index is printed. However, printindex flushes the page so if I do it, I will get the title, rest of the page empty, and the first ...
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How to create multiple indices with imakeidx? [closed]

I want to create two indices with the package imakeidx, using the splitindex option: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[splitindex]{imakeidx} \makeindex \makeindex[name=foo,title=Test] ...
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Windows, Tex Live 2011 multind entries not added to the Index

This is my code: % !TEX TS-program = xeLaTeX % !TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode % !TEX spellcheck = en_GB \documentclass[11pt]{book} \usepackage{fontspec} \defaultfontfeatures{Ligatures=TeX} ...
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texindy/imakeidx book marks point to incorrect pages with multiple indices

I have two indexes: the Main Index and Name Index. The PDF books are visually correct: Note that the Name Index starts on Page 6, and the Z entry for the Name Index is on Page 7. However, up ...
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Using indexing packages with memoir

Friends, as you probably know, I have a quite complex document for cataloging songs. :) As my normal workflow, I use the book document class with some dozens of packages loaded. I've been playing ...
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1answer
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imakeidx: Is it safe to direct \index to an undefined index?

I am (still!) writing a biblatex style for legal citations. I am about to tackle indexing, and I want to make sure I have a viable plan. It's a pretty critical part of the project. Here's the issue. ...
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Placement of multiple columns in multiple indices with multind and svmono.cls

I'm trying to implement multiple indices in my LaTeX file. I have to use the style file of Springer (svmono.cls; -> Link to zipped Springer Style) and did the indices with the package multind. ...
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votes
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Multiple indexes in LaTeX

I am familiar with the creation of multiple indexes using the multind package. One of the required steps is to run the makeindex executable for each generated .idx file. A typical solution would be do ...
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Is it possible to change .ist (index style) file parameters mid-document?

Apart from the general document layout, the layout and formatting of indexes depend on two things: The parameters of .ist (index style) files that are used by makeindex when transforming raw index ...
3
votes
1answer
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multiple indexing [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I have 2 or more distinct indexes in LaTeX? I would like to have 3 index sections: one for the biological species, second for chemicals and the third for other ...
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What are the latest/best practices for index generation?

I would like to know what the current best practices are for index generation. What are the best packages/programs to use and which ones to avoid. What are the best ones to use for generating multiple ...
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How to create two separate indices: Subject index and Index of Authors

I am working on my thesis and I have to include in the text the Subject Index and Index of Authors. I'm using BibTeX (package natbib) and package makeidx for marking the terms for Subject index (I'm ...
4
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1answer
251 views

Fixing page number references when adding multiple indices to ToC

Friends, I'm stuck with a funny error: when I add multiple indices in my table of contents, all page number references mess up. It's probably something easy to solve, but I can't figure out what it ...
5
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Mini index for subsection

There is the following code: \subsection{some subsection} Some \mindex[mean=aaa]{sentence} with some \mindex[mean=bbb]{unknown} words. \listminiindexfromsubsection The expected output: Some ...
4
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Multiple indices with ledmac and the book class

The package for critical editions, Ledmac, provides an \edindex{} command to have references to the page and line number in the standard Makeindex index. The package documentation also specifies that, ...
2
votes
1answer
386 views

How to use the amsmidx package to include multiple indices

I am using the gsm-l class file to write a small text. I want to have two indices at the end, one for names, and one for subjects. So, as instructed in the AMS instructions, I include then line ...
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How can I have two or more distinct indexes?

I often want to have more than one index in a longer LaTeX document. For instance, I might want a general concept index, an index of named persons, and an index of symbolism. How can I have two or ...