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This is an egregious oversight for a function so critically needed in many books. WordPerfect 5.1 for DOS could do this more than 20 years ago. I had a book made up of a dozen or so "subdocuments" combined by a "master document"--very much like InDesign's book function. WordPerfect could "expand" the master document, and then generate a table of contents, index, cross-references, and endnotes from the full master and place them all where they belong (that is, wherever you told it to put them). Over 20 years ago. A mere word processor. DOS! How can Adobe not figure this out for InDesign in 2020?