Lesson B: Cross References
To learn more about this, see “Cross References” (page 328). Could you hear the author’s geeky chuckle as you read that? That text is, obviously, a cross reference and this book uses them liberally (and sometimes comically). But seriously, there is more to be learned about cross references in the Compendium.
- In the downloaded document called 7 Long Documents.indd, go to pages 4 and 5 and fit that spread in the window (⌘-option-0/Ctrl-Alt-0).
Requires a Commitment to Styles-Use
The most common way to generate an automatic cross-reference is similar to how we create tables of contents: we refer to text using a particular paragraph style. In this exercise, we’ll make a reference to the caption below the image on page ...