Insert cross-references Word Shortcuts


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Inserting cross-references

In long documents, you will want to refer to figures, tables, and topics on other pages. Instead of typing see the table on Page 6 by hand and then having to update the page numbers as you rearrange the document. Insert a cross reference instead. To successfully use cross references, you first need to plan ahead by creating the destination references themselves. In this document bookmarks and table captions have already been inserted as we saw how to do in previous videos. I am going to on my Navigation pane.

I will go to the View tab and click in front of Navigation pane. Use the Navigation pane to scroll down to Section 5.1 and click on it. The last sentence in Section 5.1 says Benefits are calculated into an employee's total salary. Click at the end of it and type the word see and then press the Spacebar. Then go to the Insert tab and here's Cross-reference. You can also get to Cross-references from the References tab. There is a Cross-reference button right here a...

Inserting cross-references
Video duration: 4m 14s 4h 0m Intermediate

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Inserting cross-references provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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