Creating cross-references


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Creating cross-references

When you start working with a longer documents, cross references can be helpful when referring to items in your document such as figures, tables and headings. If you've ever read a document that read "see figure 1 below" or "See table 3" or even "Turn to page 5," then you know exactly what a cross reference is. Let's create a couple in a document that's been created for you. So we'll go to our Office button, click Open, navigate to the lesson 19 folder because that's where you're going to fins flyer 19.

Give that a click and then Open. OK. So here's a document that if we scroll through has, there's a figure with a caption and a little further down we'll see a table as well. Now you must have captions for your tables, figures, equations, footnotes, etc. to create a cross reference to them. In this case the caption simply displays the words figure or table and a number. This is what's going to be used in the cross refe...

Creating cross-references
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Creating cross-references provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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