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Composition Zones and Building an Index

Composition Zones and Building an Index

Composition Zones and Building an Index

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Hi,
I am now building an index within my catalog and I cannot seem to get all the entries into the index. I am using Index, then build index. I have completed marking all the product numbers so they will index.

I am using composition zones on two of the chapters of my book and those two chapters will not index for me. When I say build an index, I tell it to do the entire book, Nested, and I have the right Master page selected.

When it does create the index, it picks up all the product numbers that are not in composition zones. All those that are in these zones are not getting picked up.

What can I do to get those part numbers picked up and also how can I get the composition zones not to be zones so they appear as regular charts in my catalog?

Thank you

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