The number of instances of the term in the entire manuscript is displayed. You decide whether to index the term or not.
If you choose to index it, PubINDEX drives you to each instance of the selected term in the manuscript and you decide whether to include that instance or not, depending on the context. Once the entire manuscript has been traversed, PubINDEX returns you to the location where you selected the term, so you can continue indexing without missing a step.
Previously indexed terms are highlighted, so your indexing speed increases as you traverse through the manuscript.
Page numbers are automatically created as bi-directional links so you can fluidly switch between the manuscript and the index.