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For the first time, strangers see a woman when she walks down the stairs. While Princess Lizabetta invited Cole to the ball, she doesn't blink an eye when Cinderella is the one who shows.

The princess is elegant, bold, and everything Ella never knew she wanted. For a moment she glimpses a world that can accept her, and she holds on tight. She should have known it wouldn't last. Dumped by her wicked stepmother on the farthest edge of the kingdom, Ella must find a way to let go of the princess and the beautiful life they shared for an hour.

She'll never find her way back. But it's hard to forget the greatest night of her life when every rose she plants is a reminder.

All downloaded files are checked. Virus and adware free. However, when I started doing the work, I realized there was a problem: indexing with any kind of tagging takes much, MUCH longer than indexing a print book.

And the end product is not nearly as good. To understand the scope of the problem, and the limitations of indexing in InDesign, publishers and software designers need to know something about how an indexer works.

He or she makes several passes through the book, getting a general overview of the subject, deciding how to structure useful headings and subheadings, all the while keeping in mind the probable audience of the book, length constraints on the index, as well as the deadline.

Indexers typically use database programs focused on index creation, such as Cindex, Macrex, or Sky.

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The indexer uses his or her judgment to include certain categories of entries and exclude others. When the data is entered, the indexer edits the index, deciding where to add, delete, or consolidate entries.

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For example: as I create the index, at any time I can see the formatted index taking shape. If I want to see how I picked up a certain topic from a previous chapter, I can easily perform an instantaneous search to display all such entries.

I can visualize the index in various forms: draft vs. I can sort the index by page number, or search for records by page span, to assure that Chapter 2 was covered as well as Chapter I can have the program alert me when an entry is followed by too many page locators I can set the number.

I can label index records for future reference if I want to revisit that concept later. I want to consolidate all instances of these terms under one index heading. I simply perform a Boolean for both variants, save them to a separate area, make any necessary edits, and add them to my index.

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With the right software, this takes just a few seconds. Recap: 1 indexing is way more complicated than most editors assume, and 2 a skilled indexer can utilize indexing software to make the job much more cost-effective, with superior results.

Unfortunately, InDesign in its present form is not up to the task. I realized this as soon as I started working with it on an actual project. Here are just some of the problems: Not only do I need to click and drag with the mouse to highlight a word or passage, I have to indicate whether the reference continues for a specific number of pages, or until the occurrence of a specific style.

If I am using the style option, I have to scroll through several screens of styles to find the right one. It is very difficult to edit the index as it is taking shape.

Because a book in InDesign consists of separate chapters, I need to generate the index anew from all of the chapter files every time I want to view it. This takes a lot of time. There is no easy way to search and replace for entries using Boolean searches or patterns.

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There is no way to quickly view the index, or selected, in various formats and sorts alphabetically, by page. In short, indexing in InDesign takes much too long, even to justify a significantly higher rate.It is the most common eBook format used on the market.

Reflowable indexes have their place, such as with a book that is regularly published every year with relatively minor updates.

There is no easy way to search and replace for entries using Boolean searches or patterns. Now just please create the index. Once we set foot on our little piece of land, we never left.

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