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Chapter 5. Cross-References > Typical Uses of Cross-References

Typical Uses of Cross-References

In the real world, cross-references refer readers to another location in the document that contains related information. For example, technical writing steps might refer readers to a figure that illustrates what the author is communicating. Or an overview of a topic might refer readers to a more-detailed discussion on the same topic somewhere else in the document.

Typically, cross-references are structured like this:


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