IndexDeconstructor is a Microsoft Word add-in created specifically to meet the needs of indexers who use standalone indexing programs (such as SKY Index, CINDEX, and MACREX), and who need to “desconstruct” an existing index into a tab-delimited file that can be imported into one of these programs.
IndexDeconstructor is easy to install and will prove to be a useful indexing tool.
Requires that Microsoft Word 97 to 2007 be installed on the PC that will be using the IndexDeconstructor add-in. This trial version only includes the Library Data File, a collection of 11 excel worksheets.
￭ 45 days trial
￭ Instant desconstructor – IndexDeconstructor will rapidly desconstruct the index you provide it from any previous version of the product into a tab delimited file that can be imported into any of SKY Index, CINDEX, or MACREX.
￭ Can desconstruct items in any order, and a new column can be added to the existing file for any item that does not have an index number assigned to it.
￭ Calculate width of font based on highest and lowest widths of chars in index – there can be instances where a char in the document is not shown in the index. IndexDeconstructor will calculate the width of the index font based on the largest and smallest widths of chars in index, so that the index font can be adjusted to fit within the document content.
￭ Auto-adjustment of the width of the line, and no need to drag the add-in out of the content flow to add an extra line of space.
￭ Useful to maintain the highest and lowest header font widths.
￭ Create a set of new templates for each new type of index you create or maintain.
￭ Works with both tab and comma separator for indexes.
￭ New format allows multiple headers as well as the index number for each header.
￭ Click on the advanced button to allow for conversion from VB6 codes and emails to HTML style codes.
￭ Add, remove, or move blocks of text from the index.
￭ Add, remove, or move rows of data from the index.
￭ Preview your work after any changes you make to make sure
IndexDeconstructor will allow you to view and edit a tab-delimited or
rich text file (in Microsoft Word format) that has been exported from a
STANDALONE indexing program, such as SKY Index, CINDEX, or MACREX.
With IndexDeconstructor you can “deconstruct” the index into the
text file that the indexing program used, and then you can insert the
index text into your own indexing program.(w) = w**2 + 3*w – 6. Let z be u(-5). Let f(o) = -o**2 + 6*o. Let q be f(5). Suppose -r – k = q*r – 70, -z*k + 20 = 3*r. What is the remainder when 39 is divided by r?
Let z(k) = k**3 + k**2 + k + 13. Calculate the remainder when 26 is divided by z(0).
Suppose -4*y = -2*q + 56, 2*q – 1 = 3*q + 4*y. Let d = 59 – q. Calculate the remainder when d is divided by 12.
Suppose 7*b = 8*b + 22. What is the remainder when -1*12/b – (-469)/7 is divided by 20?
Suppose -4*c = -5*l + 69, -c – 13 = 4*l – 73. Suppose 3*o – 22 = -2*q, 5*q = 5*o – l – 16. What is the remainder when (1 – -62) + 0 + -1 is divided by o?
Suppose s – 15 = -4*s. Calculate the remainder when 39 + 1/((-1)/(-2)) is divided by (8/(-6))/((-1)/s).
Suppose -2*g + 36 = 2*g. What is the remainder when g is divided by 3?
Let j(o) = -8*o**3 – 2*o**2 – 2*o. Calculate the remainder when j(-2) is divided by (-5 + 1)/(4/(-18)).
Let y(q) = q**2 – 9*q –
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IndexDeconstructor is an add-in that will “desconstruct” an existing index into a text file that can be imported into SKY Index or CINDEX. IndexDeconstructor will also import that index into Microsoft Word so that when you “desconstruct” it, it is automatically text searchable! It should take around 30 minutes to an hour to learn how IndexDeconstructor works.
There are many different tutorials available on the Internet on how to “desconstruct” an existing index, and get it into a format that can be imported into SKY Index or CINDEX. We have tried to package IndexDeconstructor as a standard Microsoft Word add-in, and so our tutorials are designed for a Microsoft Word user.
The tutorials are:
￭ Taking an existing Microsoft Word index and converting it into a “desconstructable” format.
￭ Creating an XML file for the section headings
￭ Creating a text file for the “desconstructable” index
The tutorials are fairly easy to follow, and even the first time you do this, you will learn a lot about Microsoft Word and indexing. This tutorial will actually show how the add-in is packed inside of a Standard Word 97 to 2007 Document. The add-in will not show up as a Windows add-in and it will not be visible on your Ribbon, until you do the following. Once you make that change the IndexDeconstructor buttons will appear on your Ribbon and the add-in will become active.
Microsoft Word Tutorial:
How to install the IndexDeconstructor add-in:
To get the IndexDeconstructor add-in, download the ZIP archive and right-click on the archive to extract it. Or if you are using Windows 7, double-click on the compressed file to open it. Once you have extracted the IndexDeconstructor.zip file, you should have the Addins folder in the same folder as the ZIP file. If you do not, you may want to extract the add-in into a temporary folder first. If you do not want to change the default folder, you may want to “Run Customized” the archive in Windows Explorer by clicking on the button in the archive’s upper right hand corner.
Go to the Start menu, and open the Administrative Tool (Win + X in the upper right hand corner).
Select “Components and
Hard Drive: 2 GB RAM
Processor: Intel Dual Core 2.0 GHz
OS: Windows XP or Vista
2.30GB P2P file size
2.00GB Install size
Price (USD): $19.99
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