Indexing with Index Manager:
Indexing and Embedding the Forest and the Trees
with Pilar Wyman
Writing, editing, embedding index entries—this can be done with professional indexing software!
Come see Index-Manager, the all-in-one solution for embedded indexing.
Pilar will demonstrate how she uses Index-Manager for writing quality indexes, including for providing analysis and headings, subheadings, cross-references, and page ranges. She will also show how she edits her work, and how she exports this work for final embedded publication. Participants will see how to craft and edit both simple and complex index entries, with page ranges and with cross-references. Participants will also see how to export and review embedded indexes.
Index-Manager is a dedicated powerful software with which professional indexers can create, sort, and edit index entries in Word, InDesign and XML files. It offers the same functionality as other dedicated indexing tools, but it also inserts the index entries into the document files.
For more information about Index Manager, including trial versions, click here.
Pilar Wyman, Chief Indexer & Consultant, Wyman Indexing, has been writing indexes and providing related services since 1990. She works in English, Spanish, and French in health, medicine, technology, and other areas of personal interest. She is the Regional Sales Manager, USA/Canada for Index-Manager. She gives presentations and workshops as her time allows.
The live webinar was Tuesday, October 30, 2018
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