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 XE "text" [switches]
 Defines the text and page number for an index entry. You insert an XE field to define an item to include in the index.

 text Text you want to appear in the index
To indicate a subentry, include the main entry text and the subentry text, separated by a colon (:)
 switches 
 \b Applies bold formatting to the entry's page number
The field { XE "Highlighting text" \b } displays the entry as "Highlighting text, 23" in the index
The switch removes bold formatting if the index style for the entry is bold
 \f "Type" Defines an entry type
The entry for the field { XE "Selecting Text" \f "a" } is included only in an index inserted by the field { INDEX \f "a" }
The default entry type is "i."
 \i Makes the entry's page number italic
The field { XE "Finding text" \i } displays the entry as "Finding text, 23 " in the index
The switch removes the italic formatting if the index style for the entry is italic
 \r Bookmark Inserts as the entry's page number the range of pages marked by the specified bookmark
The field { XE "Selecting text" \r SelectingText } displays the entry as "Selecting text, 2025" in the index
 \t "Text" Inserts the text in place of a page number
Enclose the text in quotation marks
The field { XE "Highlighting" \t "See Selecting" } displays the entry "Highlighting, See Selecting" in the index
 \y Specifies that the subsequent text defines the yomi for the index entry

 REMARKS
 
  • The XE field is formatted as hidden text and displays no result in the document.

  •  EXAMPLES
     { XE "index name" }
    { XE "firstitem:subordinateitem" }
    { XE "firstitem \t "text to appear" }

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