Re: Creating Technical Documents in Word
So how do you use line numbers as "reference points"?
I think they would be useful reference points in meetings and conversations.
Can you set cross-reference links to them?
You can "go to" a line number on the current page but I don't see where you can reference a line number on a specific page. I'm using ancient Word, maybe modern Word has options that my Word does not.
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