Books and Literature
What is the importance of index reference?
Asked in Books and Literature
Where is a reader likely to find the index of a reference book?
Asked in Stock Market
How do you calculate a weighted index?
What can I use the LIBOR index for?
Asked in Paleontology, Extinct Animals, Fossils
How are index fossils useful to geologists?
Index fossils provide a reference of time throughout rock layers. In order to be a good index fossil, the life form must have lived for a short and specific amount of time and must have existed over a large area. Index fossils serve as a reference to geologists in correlating rock layers. They can match up (or correlate) the index fossils which helps them match up (or correlate) the rock layers.
Asked in Journalism, Copernicus
What is more valuable Impact Factor or Index Copernicus Value?
Asked in Libraries and Library History
What is the importance of library reference materials?
Asked in Microsoft Word
What is an index in Microsoft Word 2007?
An index is an alphabetical list of reference words and page numbers. In large documents or books, the index usually appears at the end of the text. Word offers the tools to select words or phrases within the text and identify them as index entries. When all the entries are identified, the word index command is used to build the index.