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Using a Concordance/Index File

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I have a concordance file used for generating indexes in Word documents. Now,

it seems the index entries in the concordance file MUST exactly resemble what

is in the Word document or it will not find the word/phrase. For example, if

I enter in the concordance file: "Word Version 2003" but in the target

document it says "Word version 2003" (lower case "v" in version), then the

concordance file will not recognize the phrase and will not index it.

Because there are so many capitalization variations across documents, and it

takes so long to enter all those variations in the concordance file, I was

wondering whether there was any way of making Word understand I want the

phrase I enter indexed irrespective of case--essentially make it

case-insensitive.

Thanx for any help I get!

Erik

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