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Controlling the Format of Cross-References
When you use fields to add cross-references to tables or figures, Word normally takes care of formatting the words used in the cross-reference. Here's a couple of ways that you can exercise tighter control over the way the cross-references appear.
Referencing a Page Number In Another Document
Page references are a common element of many documents. If you need to have a page reference to a page in a different document, then you may be at a loss as to how to create it. Here's how.
Setting Defaults in the Cross-reference Dialog Box
Some types of documents rely on cross-references quite a bit. Setting up the Cross-reference dialog box the first time in each Word session can be bothersome after a while. This tip explains how you can bypass the dialog-box altogether and simply input the fields on which cross-references are based.