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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Using Cross-References

Complex documents often require you to provide readers with the capability to quickly reference other information in the document that is pertinent to text they are currently reading. This is where cross-references come in handy. Cross-references are notations in the document that tell the reader where to find additional information on particular subject matter. Cross-references are essentially navigation mileposts within the document that make it easy for the reader to follow the information trail related to a particular topic that is referenced more than once in a document.

Word’s cross-referencing capability is extremely flexible, and you can create cross-references associated with a heading, figure, table, or bookmark ...

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