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Chapter 23. Footnotes, Bookmarks, and Cr... > Working with Cross-References

Working with Cross-References

Cross-referencing is a great way to help readers find relevant material scattered throughout a long document. However, many writers avoid manual cross-referencing because it is difficult to manage and update. Every time you edit your document and change its page numbering, who'll go through the entire document and fix every cross-reference?

Word will. Word 2002 automates cross-references, making them exceptionally convenient and flexible. And if there's a cross-referencing task Word won't handle by itself, chances are you can still make it happen with field codes.


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