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Insert Cross-Reference

Release Date: 03-20-12

A cross-reference refers to an item that appears in another location in the document. It is usually used for locations that refer to each other in the same document. Cross-referencing helps users to find the content they are looking for as soon as possible. It also displays the the structure of a book in a more systematical and compact way.

Go to the Captions section of the References tab and select, the Cross-Reference option. The system will generate the data list, you can insert some information that you have set heading (numbering), bookmark, captions (numbering), shown as follows:

When you click the reference links, you can quickly jump to a specified location, facilitating easy browsing. For example, "See Figure 25, Section 2 Chapter 8 etc".

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Figure 4.3—5 The cross-reference settings