User-Defined Indexes

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You can create as many user-defined indexes as you want.

To Create a User-Defined Index

  1. Select a word or words that you want to add to a user-defined index.
  2. Choose Insert - Table of Contents and Index - Index Entry.
  3. Click the New User-defined Index button next to the Index box.
  4. Type a name for the index in the Name box and click OK.
  5. Click Insert to add the selected word(s) to the new index.
  6. Click Close.

To Insert a User-Defined Index

  1. Click in the document where you want to insert the index.
  2. Choose Insert - Table of Contents and Index - Table of Contents, Index or Bibliography.
  3. On the Type tab, select the name of the user-defined index that you created in the Type box.
  1. Select any options that you want.
  2. Click OK.

If you want to use a different paragraph style as a table of contents entry, select Additional styles, and then click the Assign styles button next to the box. Click the style in the list, and then click the >> or the << button to define the outline level for the paragraph style.

Related Topics

Creating a Table of Contents

Defining Index or Table of Contents Entries

Updating, Editing and Deleting Indexes and Tables of Contents

Formatting an Index or a Table of Contents

Editing or Deleting Index and Table Entries

Creating Alphabetical Indexes

Creating a Bibliography

Indexes Covering Several Documents