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go in here everybody it looks like were up on all platforms and hello welcome to InDesign Tuesday my name is Terry White worldwide design of photography evangelist for docHub its my pleasure to be streaming to you live today hello Robert from Texas and everyone joining in on all the various platforms so with that said were gonna dive right in we never punish the people that are on time unless were having technical difficulties but everything seems to be running and therefore were gonna go ahead and get started with todays topic which is creating indexes and cross-references in InDesign not the most exciting topic in the world Ill admit but its a useful topic its one that people have asked for actually because I did a topic a couple weeks back on how to create table a table of content so that was followed up by questions on well thats great but can you show us how to use the index feature which I dont think Ive ever done a stream on I dont know if I even ever done a tutoria