Cross-referencing is a great way to help readers find relevant material scattered throughout a long document. However, many writers avoid manual cross-referencing because it is difficult to manage and update. Every time you edit your document and change its page numbering, who will go through the entire document and fix every cross-reference?
Word will. Word 2003 automates cross-references, making them exceptionally convenient and flexible. And if there's a cross-referencing task Word won't handle by itself, chances are you can still make it happen with field codes.
→ For more information on working with field codes, see Chapter 23, “Automating Your Documents with Field Codes,” p. 771.
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