As a first pass, you could try loading the “xunicode” package, which redefines TIPA’s \textipa command so that it (mostly) plays nicely with Xe(La)TeX. Siva > On 12 Aug 2015, at 5:38 pm, Galen Buttitta <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > I would like to make the Index Unicode-compatible for ease of searching, > but redoing the entire 300+-page document in XeTeX or XeLaTeX or whatever > would take me a considerable amount of time. Therefore, I am asking for > help. > > Would any of you be willing to convert a section or few? I'm told that > there's ways to include multiple documents in one document, so I could use > some help on that as well (and changing the page orientation for certain > pages, which would make it easier to display the phonologies of, for > instance, the Caucasian protolanguages). > > If you're interested, please shoot me a message. > > Thank you.