How to Remove all Index Entries from a Word Document
When it comes to remove index entries from a Word document, you may feel restless because selecting and removing 100s of Index entries one by one is a tiresome job. Today, I will tell you a quick fix using which you can remove all Index entries from a Word Document within a few seconds.
How to Remove All Index Entries from a Word Document
To remove all index entries from a word document, perform the below simple steps:
Step 1: Open the word document from which you want to remove Index entries.
Step 2: Press CTRL + F on your Keyboard.
Step 3: Type ^dXE or ^d XE in the Find field.
Step 4: Now select the Replace tab and keep the Replace field empty.
Step 5: Click the Replace All button.
When you click the Replace All button, all Index entries will be removed. Just look at Step 3. I have given two commands there. It may happen that the first command does not work (due to spacing issue). In this case, try the second command.
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