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Using Cross-References

Previously, you reviewed creating a table of contents for a stand-alone document or many chapters in a book file. There are many other ways in which to use tables of contents in documents. For example, you might have a book comprised of many chapters with a master table of contents for the entire book, as well as a mini-table of contents for each individual chapter. This type of table of contents is commonly included in the first page of an individual document file.

You can accomplish this in a few ways. For example, one way is to create the master table of contents and copy and paste those entries for a particular chapter into that chapter file. If you plan to update your table of contents often, this method becomes time-consuming.


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