[texhax] Index and Glossary?

Christopher W. Ryan cryan at binghamton.edu
Thu Dec 8 16:44:24 CET 2005

Don't know about a package, but could you just use your text editor's 
"search and replace" function to replace every occurence of "latex" with 

Christopher W. Ryan, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University Clinical Campus at Binghamton
and Wilson Family Practice Residency, Johnson City, NY
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Magnus Ottosson wrote:
> Hi!
> I want to have an index list and a glossay list in my document. I have
> found a couple of ways to do this but with all the solutions I have
> found I have to mark each occurrence of the word at each place I have it
> in the text. So if I want to have the word "latex" in my index and
> glossary I have to mark the work latex with a \index{latex} at each
> place it occurs in the text.
> Is there a package that I can just add to a index file that I want to
> have an index with the word latex and it will automatically find in the
> text were it is? And the same with glossary of course?
> Is it possible?
> Magnus
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