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> What is the standard now for referring to images in the file? Word
> won't make a link to a page number, and I've been using (see above)
> when the image is above the text.
> Also, for User Manual type documents, are people now using "Figure" for
> captions? The document I inherited uses "Exhibit."
How is this related to "Elementwise" user guides?
In any case, Word certainly lets you create page-number cross-references. And I suspect that different people use different terms for their figure captions, although I'd bet that "Figure" is more popular than "Exhibit" by several orders of magnitude. :-)
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