Be aware that, due to some quirks, you are better off not creating an index
until your document is pretty well complete.
There is still (as of the 4.3 alpha line) no way to remove inserted index
markers throughout the text if you change your concordance file; this means
that if you remove something from the concordance file, it will still show
up in the index (assuming of course that any referenced items remain in the
You can only remove these markers one by one manually, or by following the
procedure I outlined in
The other thing you will notice is that each time you simply add something
to the concordance file, an additional marker will be placed by each
matching item in the text. So, if you want to remove them manually, you may
often need to backspace or delete multiple times to remove what looks like
just one marker.
But, indexing does work - and pretty quickly - it just needs some refinement
and perhaps better documentation.
Best of luck.
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