Here's an experiment you can do:
Open a new document using whatever standard size is in effect.
At the top of the document, type dt and press F3. This generates the dummy
In a separate text editor create a concordance file with the following
Back in the document, create a new index at the bottom of the page, and
mark "Case Sensitive." Then choose the concordance file created above.
You'll see that the words "himself" and "along" are marked in the document
and included in the index as "Self" and "Long", even though these words
never appear in the text. Now add the following entry to the concordance
Find it? It actually marked the last three letters of the word "sweat"
which doesn't match the case.
This is due to the "0;0" at the end of each entry. These two options
represent Match case;Word only.
How do I get rid of the index markers? Going through one by one is far too
Right-click on the index > Edit Index/Table... > Index/Table tab > Options
section > pull down the concordance list and selection Edit... and then you
can check case and word only entries as required. Clicking OK/OK, should
immediately update the document.
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