The Index panel displays with a click on the corresponding button at the top of the Control Board
The Control Board is a component of the Atlantis GUI that brings together various tools and commands for document design. It is a set of panels each of which deals with one specific characteristic of the active document:
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This panel displays all the index entries available in the active document:
When the Mouse Hover Previews option is checked in the settings menu of the Control Board:
hovering the mouse over the index entires in the panel temporarily highlights them in the document window:
The toolbar at the bottom of the Index panel includes the following commands:
|New index entry||Opens a dialog where you can specify options for a new index entry. For detailed information on this dialog, please click here.|
|Edit index entry||Opens a dialog to modify the details of the index entry selected in the Index panel. For detailed information on this dialog, please click here.|
|Delete index entry||Deletes index entries selected in the Index panel. To select multiple index entries, use Ctrl+Click, Shift+Click, or CtrlShift+Click.|
|Index AutoMark||Automatically creates new index entries in the document using a concordance file. A concordance file contains a list of all terms you want to index.
Here is how to create a concordance file:
Note that Atlantis searches for items from the concordance file case-sensitively. For example, if the left column of the concordance file includes "grizzly", new index entries would be created only for the lowercase occurences of "grizzly", but not for "Grizzly" or "GRIZZLY". If the active document should be searched for multiple case patterns of a word/phrase, all required case patterns must be included in the concordance file. For example:
|Sort index entries alphabetically||Sorts index entries in the Index panel in ascending (A to Z) alphabetical order.|
|Sort index entries by location||Sorts index entries in the Index panel in same order as they appear in the document.|
|Go to index entry||Puts the cursor to the document location of the index entry selected in the Index panel.|