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    insert refrence main index or table ka option hai us main
    1 index
    2 table of content
    ye do explain kr dian

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    When you select text and mark it as an index entry, Microsoft Office Word adds a special XE (Index Entry) field (field: A set of codes that instructs Microsoft Word to insert text, graphics, page numbers, and other material into a document automatically. For example, the DATE field inserts the current date.) that includes the marked main entry and any cross-reference information that you choose to include.
    After you mark all the index entries, you choose an index design and build the finished index. Word collects the index entries, sorts them alphabetically, references their page numbers, finds and removes duplicate entries from the same page, and displays the index in the document.
    Mark index entries and create an index
    To create an index, you mark the entries, select a design, and then build the index.
    Step 1: Mark index entries
    To mark index entries, do one of the following:
    Mark words or phrases
    Mark entries for text that spans a range of pages
    Mark words or phrases
    1. To use existing text as an index entry, select the text. To enter your own text as an index entry, click where you want to insert the index entry.
    2. On the References tab, in the Index group, click Mark Entry.

    3. To create the main index entry that uses your own text, type or edit the text in the Main entry box.
    4. If you want, you can customize the entry by creating a subentry (subentry: An index entry that falls under a more general heading. For example, the index entry "planets" could have the subentries "Mars" and "Venus."), a third-level entry, or a cross-reference to another entry:
     To create a subentry, type the text in the Subentry box.
     To include a third-level entry, type the subentry text followed by a colon (, and then type the text of the third-level entry.
     To create a cross-reference to another entry, click Cross-reference under Options, and then type the text for the other entry in the box.
    5. To format the page numbers that will appear in the index, select the Bold check box or the Italic check box below Page number format.
    To format the text for the index, select the text in the Main entry or Subentry box, right-click, and then click Font. Select the formatting options that you want to use.
    6. To mark the index entry, click Mark. To mark all occurrences of this text in the document, click Mark All.
    7. To mark additional index entries, select the text, click in the Mark Index Entry dialog box, and then repeat step 3 through step 6.
    Mark words or phrases for text that spans a range of pages
    1. Select the range of text that you want the index entry to refer to.
    2. On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Bookmark.
    3. In the Bookmark name box, type a name, and then click Add.
    In the document, click at the end of the text that you marked with a bookmark.
    4. On the References tab, in the Index group, click Mark Entry.
    5. In the Main entry box, type the index entry for the marked text.
    6. To format the page numbers that will appear in the index, select the Bold check box or the Italic check box below Page number format.
    To format the text for the index, select the text in the Main entry or Subentry box, right-click, and then click Font. Select the formatting options that you want to use.
    7. Under Options, click Page range.
    8. In the Bookmark box, type or select the bookmark name that you typed in step 3, and then click Mark.
    Step 2: Create the index
    After you mark the entries, you are ready to select an index design and insert the index into your document.
    1. Click where you want to add the index.
    2. On the References tab, in the Index group, click Insert Index.
    3. Do one of the following:
     Click a design in the Formats box to use one of the available index designs.
     Design a custom index layout:
    1. In the Formats box, click From template, and then click Modify.
    2. In the Style dialog box, click the index style that you want to change, and then click Modify.
    3. Under Formatting, select the options that you want.
    4. To add the style changes to your template (template: A file or files that contain the structure and tools for shaping such elements as the style and page layout of finished files. For example, Word templates can shape a single document, and FrontPage templates can shape an entire Web site.), click All documents based on the template.
    5. Click OK twice.
    4. Select any other index options that you want.
    NOTES
    To update the index, click the index, and then press F9. Or click Update Index in the Index group on the References tab.
    2. Find the XE field for the entry that you want to change, for example, { XE "Callisto" \t "See Moons" }.
    3. To edit or format an index entry, change the text inside the quotation marks.
    4. To update the index, click the index, and then press F9. Or click Update Index in the Index group on the References tab.
    NOTES
    If you find an error in the index, locate the index entry that you want to change, make the change, and then update the index.
    To quickly find the next XE field, press CTRL+F, click Special, and then click Field. If you don't see the Special button, click More.
    Delete an index entry
    1. Select the entire index entry field, including the braces ({}), and then press DELETE.
    If you don't see the XE fields, click Show/Hide in the Paragraph group on the Home tab.
    2. To update the index, click the index, and then press F9. Or click Update Index in the Index group on the References tab۔
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    wah bohot hee nice method se ap ne samjaya ....

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