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How can I create a glossary of my document. I want to be able to highlight a word, and somehow save that word, and it's place in the document (page, line if possible). I don't mind if I append it to a flat file that I later import into the document. I think a VBA solution could do this.

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Use footnotes? These put little numbers next to a word which then appears at the bottom of that page. In Word itself you just point at the footnote number in the document and it displays a tooltip of the footnote itself.
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