Checking for Undetected Cross-References
When importing a document, Turner finds text that looks like cross-references, and then creates cross-references based on this text. However, Turner may not find all cross-references. For example, if Turner cannot find the item to which a cross-reference refers, then Turner will leave this cross-reference as text.
After importing a document, it’s a good idea to check for cross-references that Turner didn’t detect.
Use the Find & Replace pane to find words like article, clause, and section.
Use tokens in the Find & Replace pane to find text that typically appears in cross-references. For example, you can search for number.number to find provision numbers (like 1.01), and you can search for (word) to find text like the (a) in clause (a).