Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Modifying, Moving, and Updating Cross-References
Figure Lists all figure references
Table Shows all available tables in the document
4. Click the Insert Reference To arrow and then choose the element you want Word to
insert in the document.
This item will be inserted at the insertion point.
5. Select the item to which you want to refer by clicking it in the For Which list box, and
then click Insert
Word adds the cross-reference to your document as you directed.
6. Click Close to return to your document.
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Create Links for a Web Page
If you plan to save your document as a Web page or make it available as an electronic
file, you can have Word turn your cross-references into hyperlinks so that readers can
easily move from one page to another. To create links for cross-references, select the
cross-reference you’ve created and then display the Cross-reference dialog box by
clicking Cross-reference in the Captions group on the References tab. In the
Crossreference dialog box, select the Insert as hyperlink check box and then click Insert. The
inserted cross-reference is created as a link to the other location in the document.
Modifying, Moving, and Updating Cross-References
You can edit and delete the text that introduces a cross-reference the same way you would
modify any other text in your document. If you want to modify the item to which a
reference refers, you need to make a different kind of change. Here are the steps:
1. Select the item inserted as the cross-reference (for example, you might select Table
1-1 ).
2. Display the Cross-reference dialog box by clicking Cross-reference in the Captions
group on the References tab.
In the For Which list in the Cross-reference dialog box, click the new item to which
you want the cross-reference to refer.
3.
4. Click Insert, and then click the Close button to close the Cross-reference dialog box.
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