{indexing} is about creating an index or similar lists for your document, usually by means of executing makeindex.

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Make top-level index entry bold within a macro

I created an index in which some entries have subentries: for those kind of entries I created \ati macro, while for entries without subentries I use another macro. In those entries created by \ati ...
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Trace where all commands are used

I am currently coauthoring papers so I need to work on a tex manuscript that is shared by all of us. The problem is that, since the paper is long, I may very easily look over some place where my ...
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How can I convince hyperref and xindy to play together nicely?

I'm using xindy to generate indexes for a manual that gets translated into multiple languages. Unfortunately, hyperref and xindy don't like to play nicely together. I found some older mailing list ...
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small caps roman numbers for index entries with xindy and hyperref

Considering the following example: \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{makeidx} \makeindex %\usepackage[hyperindex=false]{hyperref}%doesn't help \usepackage{hyperref} %commenting out this one would ...
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Russian for bibleref

I am trying to use bibleref for Russian book, and I want to have short references like 1 Кор. 13:1-3 inside the main text, and one separate index of bible references that will be sorted accoridng to ...
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Set the default value of argument as parameter in newcommand

I want to define a command that will emphasis the keywords and add it to the index at the same time. This can be archived by \newcommand{\iemph}[1]{\emph{#1}\index{#1}} But the problem is that, I ...
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Create index entries from \textbf

I've just recently completed my undergraduate mathematics degree, and have been compiling all of my lecture notes into one document for future reference. The document is long, and since it is based on ...
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Indexing Polish characters

I would like to generate an index with Polish glyphs (ś, ć for example) but LateX treats those fonts as symbols and they appear at the beginning of the index. My code is: ...
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Linking indexed term to index entry

I am trying to create links from \index commands to corresponding index entries. When hyperref package is loaded, page numbers in index are, by default, linked to the page on which \index command for ...
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\@indexfile undefined

The csname \@indexfile is used in source2e, makeidx, hyperref, amsidx and various other sty files. Yet every time I try to access it, it is undefined. As you can see I am using \makeindex and ...
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Index entries with hyperlinks

I am using \newcommand{\Index}[1]{#1\index{#1}} to add my index entries. However, I am not sure how I can have something like \Index{\href{index entry}{http://www.blahblah.com}} and ...
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Creating a Word Index for a Book

I'm writing a book using memoir with a lot of technical words. I want to have an index at the end, which, for each word or term I choose, will refer the reader to the relevant pages. Is there any ...
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index entry pointing to book cover

I'd like an index entry for a page in the book and the book cover. The answer at created a fixed page number of an index entry doesn't handle a text reference. The one at Make index entries refer to ...
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texindy style file: adding space between grouped entries

Thanks to a number of great texindy questions here on stackexchange, I have imakeidx working nicely within xelatex using splitindex and custom xindy style files. However, I've run across one ...
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Cornell note-taking with indexing [closed]

In Cornell Notes - A lyx or latex solution needed, I like Fran's Cornell note-taking template. Does anyone know how to allow indexing in the red and blue text boxes? I want to use the \index{} command ...
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How to make indexed words clickable in the text?

I want to make the indexed words into hyperlinks to the entries in the "Index" (something similar to the glossaries package). I'm using xindy on TL2012 and here is my code: \documentclass{article} ...
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How to label the index and glossary

Say you want to \pageref to an index and/or glossary, how can you label the index/glossary? The following approaches fail (for evident reasons): \label{glos} \printglossary \label{idx} \printindex ...
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index entry referring to itself

Some mathematics texts honor an unspoken tradition by providing a few strange index entries. I'd like to have an index entry that refers to itself. Here's a (N)MWE to start with. Answers may use a ...
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How to create bibliographystyle with alphanumeric letters [duplicate]

does someone know how to create a bibliographystyle with an alphanumeric index? Like: A All citations with beginning a B All citations with beginnig b and so forth Thanks a lot in advanced
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Index with æ ø and å

I Have createt a minimal example of my document. I want to create a Index, but the letters Æ, Ø and Å it considered as symbols instead of letters as shown: \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{report} ...
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pdflatex index shows up in pdf-contents but not in toc

I ran the LaTeX file below with pdflatex, makeindex and again pdflatex. The index shows up in the ind-file and the index shows up in the contents in my pdf-viewer but I need two further pdflatex ...
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Indexing, subentries, and see also

I'm creating an index using makeindex and I can't get the output to look the way I want. Basically, I would like to create an entry formatted as follows: entry1 ~~~subentry1, 2 ...
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How do you NOT get an index entry in the TOC?

My problem is that I don't want the automated index entry to appear in the TOC but would rather add one manually. But no matter what I try, the automated entry always appears. I have tried ...
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Changing entry's font in a one of two indexes only

I'm using imakeidx package in a document for learning programming. I have two separate indexes: one for the general concepts, one for all of the commands, functions, modules, etc. I use a separate ...
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Lost \dotfill After The texindy command

MWE \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage[turkish]{babel} \usepackage{makeidx} \usepackage{multicol} ...
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No newpage after \printindex

MWE \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{book} \usepackage{makeidx} \usepackage{amssymb} \makeindex \begin{document} \index{One} \newpage \index{Two} \newpage \index{Five} \printindex \hfill ...
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Referencing TeX itself in an index entry

Using the package makeidx I'm trying to generate an index entry with \index{TeX@\TeX} but it doesn't show up in the index. This is obviously due to the expansion of \TeX but I can't figure out how to ...
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How to turn off hyperindex in memoir?

How can I keep hyperref from inserting |hyperpage to my idx file in memoir? \documentclass{memoir} \xindyindex % The memoir manual mentions this command but it doesn't seem to do anything. ...
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How to get index for non-numerical pages with xepersian quickindex option?

I want to use index in a book, so I tried this: \documentclass{book} \usepackage[quickindex]{makeidx} \makeindex \usepackage{xepersian} \settextfont[Scale=1]{Arial} \setlatintextfont[Scale=1]{Arial} ...
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Highlighting words only the first time they appear

I am writing a rather long document and I would like to highlight certain names only the first time they appear but add them to the index every time. In other words, I want that: \important{John ...
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Indexing of equation

I have this code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{gather*} \max\nolimits_X \min\nolimits_{\vec{Y}} F(X, \vec{Y})) = \sup\nolimits_{X} (\inf\nolimits_{\vec{Y}} ...
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Duplicate Index Entries

I'm just starting to experiment with indexes, not very successfully yet. I am getting lots of duplicate entries, I suppose because of hyphenation. See my example below, which I've made from a grep of ...
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Add string after index entry and page pointers without intervening comma

In my thesis there are a large number of Arabic terms. I include these (transcribed) in the index. I would like to add the corresponding English term in parenthesis after the index entry, before the ...
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imakeidx columns splitting

I need to second column of the index created with imakeidx began only after the first one reaches the bottom of the page. \documentclass{book} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex[columns=2] ...
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Make indexed words appear bold in body text

I would like to have every word that appears in the index to be set in boldface in the main text, sort of the opposite of this question (where everything typed in bold should be indexed). Here's an ...
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1) suppress pagebreak between index entry and subentry 2) first and last entry in page header

I am using makeid on documentclass book. The resulting index is fine, but page breaks occur between a main entry and subentries. A subentry may occur as an orphan at the top of page/column, and a main ...
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Customizing header in index to include current index entry

I know that the header can be be customized using various packages; not the least of which is fancyhdr. In the index of my document, I would like to have the current "topic" of the index shown in he ...
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renewcommand \index

To make sure I've indexed what I should I want to footnote every indexed item in a draft of my document. The MNWE that follows is what I've tried. The renewed \index command properly creates an index ...
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How can I add every glossary entry to the index?

I know, there are similar questions around, but I couldn't find a solution to what I want. E.g. here, all acronyms in the document are set to the index. I think, indexing should be done manually so ...
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Indexing and \footcite prenotes [duplicate]

I am indexing a big latex project (with xindy). I use biblatex for the bibliography and the command \footcite for the references. Sometimes, I write long prenotes which contain some words to be ...
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Remove index letters from toc

I would like to remove the index letters from the toc in my master thesis. The whole index is on the same page anyway. \documentclass[a4paper, 10pt]{report} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{doc} ...
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Adding the translation of an index entry after it

I would like to add the translation (in another language) of an index entry after it. After compiling the following document the index looks like espace ....................... space, 1 I would ...
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Customize xindy index layout

I am making a songbook, using the songs package. The book is in norwegian, and thus we need the norwegian letters æ,ø,å to be indexed after z. As far as i understand, this is only possible with the ...
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Wrong vertical position of index header on some pages

I stumbled across a totally strange behavior by using an index in our document. The vertical positioning of the headings on the first and the last page is fine, but on all intermediate pages the ...
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Problem with making an index

I have a Latex document that I compiles perfectly. I wanted to add an index to the document and since it is Latex I used the commands \usepackage{makeidx} \makeindex added my \index commands and ...
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Sorting author index made using biblatex, removing letter group headings

Here is the MWE. Once I added [xindy] while calling imakeidx, the sorting is fixed. But now xindy puts letter headings to each group. How can I get rid of those? \documentclass{memoir} ...
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multind.sty not found

I am on a Lubuntu 15.04 pc, texlive-full installed. I can't compile my file with \usepackage{multind} because multind.sty is not found. Does anyone know if it's possible to manually install this ...
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Classes or styles for a standalone index

I'd like to create a document which is a standalone index (of reviews: the data are the reviewer, the volume and page, and the name of the reviewed item). Organising the data is not a problem (it is ...
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Indexing: inverting names

I have defined \Index to mark a word or phrase for indexing and also preserve it in text: \newcommand{\Index}[1]{#1\index{#1}} How would I define a macro to invert the index entry? e.g. ...
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Headers and imakeidx two-columns

I have 2 questions about the layout of my indices & for my index headers : I don't understand why the no indent first or the no page break between the title & the index prologue just after ...