“Indexer” is a tool that builds an index (NOT a Table Of Contents!) at the foot of a document.
With only ONE CLICK of your mouse!
Why it was Written
I wanted to build indexes to user manuals, courses, and lengthy documents in about 30 seconds instead of eight hours.
If you prepare lengthy technical reference material for your staff and clients, they need to find important information immediately. A document index helps them to do this.
- Customize Indexer’s actions to suit your work environment
- Build consistent indexes
- Maintain a concordance table for each department in your organization
- Build a professional index with just one click for each of your documents
How It Works
Indexer follows a set of rules (you can adjust our default set to suit your tastes) to determine which words in your document qualify as “Interesting”.
Indexer then submits this list of Words to Microsoft Word to auto-mark the index entries and build the index.
- Automatic or Manual Concordance generation
- Cross-reference entries
- Developer interface
- Page range entries
- Residual concordance table
- Rules-based Interesting Words engine
- Supports 27 indexes
- Uses Interesting Words, Leaders and KWIC phrases
Below is an example of a simple index, built from a (short) random document with just one click!
Demonstration of Indexer Indexing a 30-page document with just one click; 2m 14s
Setting macro security low – the why and how of it; 1m 27s
Installing Indexer using the SetUp template; 1m 39s
Where is the toolbar? ; 1m 28s
Obtaining a collection of Interesting Words; 1m 10s
How to call one of indexer’s procedures from another project.; 1m 48s
Download the PDF file “Indexer – User Guide” for free.
Viewable with the free FoxIt PDF reader .
Microsoft Windows XP and upwards
Microsoft Office 2000 and upwards.
Our SetUp.dot application will install the latest version for you and hide any earlier versions.