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Using Bookmarks

One of the largest problems facing those who maintain large documents is maintaining the integrity of references. For example, the title of Chapter 3 in an annual report might be "Evaluating Business Practices." When you refer to Chapter 3 in other parts of the document, you may be tempted to type that text. But if you later change the title of Chapter 3, you'll have to search through your document and change every reference. For a long, complex document that undergoes many changes, keeping cross-references synchronized manually is a nightmare.

The simplest way to keep text in sync is to use bookmarks.


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