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The Indexer is a rich source of information for indexers and the best place those interested in indexing. Some articles that particularly catch the attention are much cited to the point of being classics. Others, perhaps just as significant, donít get cited so often and can get lost to sight.

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Newcomers

A Selection of Articles for Those New to Indexing

23 articles specially selected from The Indexer vital to levitra online overnight delivery those embarking on a career in indexing. Articles cover: the importance of indexes; choosing indexing as a career; indexing efficiently; choosing software; choosing training; producing a quote; negotiating with clients; and looks toward possible futures with new technology, embedded indexing, topic maps and XML.

23 articles + Introduction + Contributor bios + fully linked index

283 pages (on iPad)

Published 31 October 2012

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