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Default Why doesn't indexing work with a concordance file?

I set up my concordance file in two columns as directed. My Word 2003
document is 244 pages (8.5 x 11 pages) long and some postings indicated that
this might be too long so I broke it in half and tried that also. The
message says that no entries were marked. That's the problem: no entries
were marked even though all the words are in there. The concordance file is
fairly long: 98 KB. Is that a problem? The data drive is not the same as
the drive on which the Word program resides, is that a problem?

When I select the concordance file from the indexing page, it does not
automatically insert itself in the box--I have to type it in. Does that help
explain the problem?

There is no table of contents in the book yet so that shouldn't be a
problem--some postings suggested that as a problem.


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