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Chapter 5. Cross-References > Cross-Referencing in Book Files

Cross-Referencing in Book Files

Cross-references in files that are part of a book behave the same way as cross-references in files that are not part of a book.

As far as cross-references are concerned, the main advantage to working with book files is the way unresolved cross-references are handled. The good news is that FrameMaker generates an organized list of unresolved cross-references in book files, with clickable items that take you to the cross-reference with the problem. Each document that contains unresolved cross-references is listed, and that document name is followed by an indented list of the documents that are supposed to contain the unresolved source information (see Figure 5.19).


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