The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing

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The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing (2017), 35, (3), 119–121.

Abstract

Indexers are often called upon to create other types of finding aid. Two common types are a names index or an author index. Books in specialty areas often have other indexes and/or tables collecting lists of references unique to those specialties. Medical books might have a disease or drug index. Legal books might have tables of cases, statutes, regulations, or rules.1 This article highlights two other finding aids that you may be asked to work on and can create with your existing software.

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Ream, David K.