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Click on Tools and then select Customize.... Then click on the output profile box (a black rectangle will appear), and then drag it with your mouse to the desired width.
This is how I got it with the help of the awesome folks at latextools. Change the build from traditional to simple in Preferences >>> Package Settings >>> LaTeXTools >>> Settings - User
The problem you have is---if I understand your question right---that you need to process more than one index file. The general way in your case is (let's say you code is in file mwe.tex): run pdflatex mwe.tex. No check the directory of this file. There you will find several files *.idx, depending on your code you did not show us. Now you have to run ...
The best practice to install TeXnicCenter is: If you have installed an TeX distribution and TeXnicCenter deinstall both! Reboot the computer! Install and upate the TeX distribution, you want to use. When the installation of the TeX distribution is finished (important!), please reboot! Download the current TeXnicCenter installer program and install it. ...
Looks like you have TeX quotes for the wrong language enabled (probably German?). Go to Tools > Options > General, and look at the Automatic replacement section. You'll probably want to replace quotation marks with the English "predefined set", which replaces double quotes with `` and ''.
Well, changing the highlighting (adding new keywords to be highlighted and the special color) is more an answer you should ask the support of TeXnicCenter. As far as I know there is now no possibility to change this configuration by the user. You want to mark the code between an starting line (\iffalse and \fi), the comment sign is added in each line ...
Because you gave us no version numbers of your used TeX distribution and TeXnicCenter I can only guess. For me it seems you are using an older version of TeXnicCenter, because you showed us an older DDE command. In the stable version TeXniccenter 2.02 you should configure your output profile like this (see red markings!): Use the DDE command ...
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