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Subject:Page references in MS Word From:Sean Cleary <clearys -at- HSN -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 19 Dec 1996 15:07:53 -0500
I have heard many times to avoid Microsoft Word's master document feature. But does anyone know how to
include an automatic reference in one document to a page number in another? I am writing course materials
that include an instructor guide and a student guide. I need to be able to tell the instructor what page the
students should be on, but would like to keep these documents as separate files. Any suggestions?