Has this happened to you?
You received an index, where the author systematically used the sequence “first name, last name”, instead of “last name, first name”.
You standardize spelling and hundreds of index entries have to be changed.
You received an index where the author indexed by copy and paste without using the correct embedded indexing functions.
You embedded the index in Microsoft Word. You are now publishing in Adobe InDesign and the index entries created in Word are not displayed in InDesign.
You used to embed in Microsoft Word, where you can provide multiple indexes, but now you work in Adobe InDesign, and you can only have one embedded index.
You forgot about the index! Typesetting and layout are done. You want to transfer index entries between different file formats — Can’t we just transfer from Word to InDesign?
Index-Manager offers solutions! You are in control – no need for any exhausting post-editing.