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Creating Cross-References

A cross-reference refers the reader to information in another part of your document (or another document that is part of the same master document). You have the option of including a wide variety of information in your cross-references, depending on the contents of the text or other material you are cross-referencing. If the content or location of the information changes, Word automatically updates the cross-reference to reflect those changes.

Your cross-reference can display several types of information, including headings formatted with Word's built-in heading styles (Heading 1 through Heading 9), page numbers that correspond to cross-referenced text, footnotes and endnotes, captions, and bookmarks. When you apply a cross-reference in your document, Word finds the referenced information and inserts that information at the cross-reference. If you cross-reference a heading, for example, Word inserts the text of that heading at the location of the cross-reference. If you cross-reference text elsewhere in the document, Word displays the page number where that text occurs.


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