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I've noted that it is possible to mark the same exact word (in a single text frame) multiple times (purposely or accidentally). The page number and nearby text becomes listed "X" times in the View/Studio/Index Topic list and has "X" number of "down-arrows" in front to designate the number of index marks that are set on that word (a single word in one text frame). Even the positioning of each "flag" is marked by a black down-arrow.

While I don't see any particular harm in that, I wonder how that could ever be useful since it represents true duplicate index marks.

I'd be interested in knowing how that feature might be used.

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For example, you might put two index marks on a term so you can index it in two different ways:

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-- Walt

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