Online Training series – Index-Manager Basic

We start with a short tour, and you will learn about:

  1. help functions, import and open files, adapt layout: add or remove windows, adjust size and position
  2. Text mode: create index entries and toolbar functions: main- and subheadings, index names, page formats and -range, forced sorting
  3. Edit mode: edit index entries
  4. Word list mode: name index, proper name extraction, search
  5. Index mode and export

Questions are always welcome.

Next training: Tuesday March 2nd, 6:00 pm Central European Time, 5:00 pm GMT; 12:00 pm Eastern Standard Time, 11:00 am Central, 10:00 am Mountain, and 09:00 am Pacific (US and Canada) and March 2nd 4:00 pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time

 

Online Training series – Index-Manager Advanced

You will learn about:

  • insert new functions: index actions
  • regular expressions
  • cross references and editor
  • quality check of the final index
  • word list functions: Filter options, F6 and F7
  • different file formats e.g. InDesign, Word and XML
  • editing, editing and editing
  • replacing source documents with new versions, step by step
  • Add-on: Index-Import (embedding BoB) and
  • Add-on: Index-Transfer
  • Indexing integration in book production workflows

Questions are always welcome.

Next training: Wednesday March 3rd, 6:00 pm Central European Time, 5:00 pm GMT; 12:00 pm Eastern Standard Time, 11:00 am Central, 10:00 am Mountain, and 09:00 am Pacific (US and Canada) and March 3rd 4:00 pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time

 

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Klarso GmbH
Berlin
E-Mail: info@klarso.com
E-Mail: info@index-manager.net
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Dr. Katharina Munk

info@index-manager.net

Katharina Munk, a trained biologist, has worked since 1992 as a lecturer, author, editor, and indexer on large projects in biology and medicine. She initiated and has been closely involved in the development of Index Manager (Idx) since its inception. The first version of Index Manager was presented at the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2012.