Re: Word problem: x-refs and heading styles

Subject: Re: Word problem: x-refs and heading styles
From: jenny -at- malleron -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 12:42:40

One possible way around this would be to:

1. Create a bookmark in your Word document at the spot you want to jump
2. Create a hyperlink (sans the blue color and underline) at the spot you
want to jump from.


Jenny Berger

> In Word 2000, I want to add cross-references to some headings whose styles I
> created. However, the heading I want to refer to doesn't appear in the
> Cross-reference dialog box. The online help for this problem says:
> "The Cross-reference dialog box displays only headings that are formatted
> with a built-in heading style," meaning headings that come with the standard
> Word template.
> How insane is this?!? I can't use cross-refs unless I use MS built-in
> styles? Tell me it isn't true. Do you know a way around this?

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