Some contracts refer to exhibits, schedules, and so on. In Turner, these items are called ancillaries.
Note: You cannot work with the content of ancillaries in Turner. You can create and edit the content of ancillaries using other applications, such as Pages and Numbers. If the content of an ancillary is a contract, consider using Turner to create this ancillary as a separate Turner document.
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|Managing ancillaries||Managing Ancillaries|
|Referring to ancillaries||Using Ancillary References|
You can list ancillaries in the front of your document when you print or export; see Including a Table of Contents to learn more. You can refer to ancillaries by using ancillary references; see Using Ancillary References to learn how.