AFP Indexer can create page groups, define supplemental pages, and create indexes in AFP files
so that the information can be used to navigate to indexed pages in the file, exclude
non-customer information from mailpieces.
You can create page groups in AFP files. Page groups organize AFP files into smaller,
uniquely identifiable units. When you create page groups, any existing page groups
defined in the AFP file itself are not used.
You can define pages in an AFP file as supplemental pages when you do not want to
include them in page groups. For example, header and trailer pages, separator pages,
and any page that should be excluded from a customer statement can be defined as supplemental
If page groups and index tags are defined in the AFP file instead of a AFP Visual Environment control file, you can choose whether to use the existing page groups in the AFP file and, if the
page groups are nested, which level of page groups to use.
When you create or modify a trigger or an index tag, you can edit the text value.
You can also edit the text value for existing index tags that are defined in the AFP
file or the AFP Visual Environment control file.