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CVAlkan wrote
In my defense, however, I just went back and looked at the LO Help, and
even the LO Writer user guide, and couldn't locate this information.

I understand Frank. We all make mistakes in our haste. I make plenty.  The
Writer Guide v4.0 does not list this detail but this help page does:

CVAlkan wrote
BUT, this doesn't solve the issue I'm having, which is that the errant
index marks are all in the document already and remain there after
updates. The only way to remove them that I can see is to scroll through
manually and delete them, since there isn't any way (at least that I can
see) to search for them much less search and replace them.

I did a test using v4.1.4.2 and found that all marks inserted by the
concordance file could be removed by updating the concordance file. You can
probably make a global change in a text editor of the zeroes to ones, but
the key is to then re-edit the concordance file while in the Index/Table
dialog (via the Edit option I mentioned). Let me know if it works, because
my test was just using the basic example you indicated. It did however
appear to update according to the selections I made when editing the
concordance file in this manner.
Best wishes, Owen.

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