Following the Information Area are the Structured Indexes.
Other than the Index of Names, these are not indexes in the traditional sense, because they include extra details pertaining to their objects. Places contain place information. Repositories specify where you find your sources. Sources include all source details within each source. File Information and Submitter give GEDCOM specific info contained in the GEDCOM headers combined with other information about the file.
Some genealogy programs add their own customized record types to their data. If they export this data as new GEDCOM records, then Behold will also list them here, with each customized record type in its own section. The Event Definition Details is a customized record type in this sample data.
The Note Details section will only appear in files with shared notes (notes that are used in more than one place). They are not discussed in this short Tutorial but are defined, along with Object Details, in the Reference Guide of this documentation.
The contents of Everything Report: Structured Indexes