How to add Cross References in XMLMind, XXE editor

Subject: How to add Cross References in XMLMind, XXE editor
From: "Tech Comm...." <techcommunicator -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>, techcommunicator -at- gmail -dot- com
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2008 10:01:14 +0530

Hi All

I need some info on adding cross references.

We have been introduced to a new XML editing tool for documentation without
any training as such considering our familiarity with Epic Editor.

The software we have been provided is *XMLmind V 2.8sp1* (free edition), it
seems to be quiet challenging.

I am finding it little difficult while applying some styles to the content,
unlike Epic Editor where on pressing enter we get to view the list of
element applicable.

I am clueless about how to add a cross reference pointing to a section
within the book.I understand each chapter stands out as a single file in the
folder along with the book.xml.

So ideally I want to add a link to another chapter from a section in
previous chapter.

I tried both 'link' and 'ulink', but unable to point to the section. May be
I am doing a mistake somewhere.

Can anyone who have used XMLmind, guide me in this?

I highly appreciate the replies and help.

Warm Regards

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