Customizing cross-reference formats


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Customizing cross-reference formats

In the last movie we set up a basic Cross-Reference to a page number in this document, but the rest of the reference was still manually typed text. To fully take advantage of cross- referencing it's better to make the entire reference dynamic, instead of just a piece of it. Let's take a look at how that's done. Right now I have See DIFFERENCES as manually typed text and the remainder Comma page 6 is a dynamic Cross-Reference. You can see it here in the Cross-References panel. I want to actually make the entire Cross-Reference dynamic, including the word See and, including the term DIFFERENCES that I'm referencing later in this document.

I am going to double-click this existing cross-reference to open up the Edit Cross-Reference dialog, all of the settings I established in the last movie are here and I'm using my Mike's Page Number custom Cross-Reference Format. I want to further customize this, in fact, I want to create a whole new Cross-Reference format. So I am go...

Customizing cross-reference formats
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Customizing cross-reference formats provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Murphy as part of the InDesign Styles in Depth

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Design
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