You can create cross-references. A cross-reference can refer to any of the following items:
A provision (see Working with Provisions)
An item in a numbered list (see Using Numbered Lists)
A proviso in a proviso list (see Using Proviso Lists)
A definition in a definitions list (see Using a Definitions List)
An introductory section (see Working with Introductory Sections)
The signatures (see Working with Signature Blocks)
If any of these items change as you work on your document, Turner updates cross-references to them automatically.
|To learn about||Go to|
|Creating and removing cross-references||Inserting and Deleting a Cross-Reference|
|Adjusting the text of a cross-reference||Editing a Cross-Reference|
|Viewing a list of cross-referenced items and the number of times each item is cross-referenced||Managing Cross-References|
If you delete the item to which a cross-reference refers, the Proofreader flags this invalid cross-reference as a drafting error. See Checking for Drafting Errors to learn more about the Proofreader.
When you click a cross-reference, you go to the item to which the cross-reference refers. To learn about other ways to navigate your document, see Navigation Tools.
You can view a list of items that cross-reference the item you’re working with in the Related Items Navigator. To learn more, see The Related Items Navigator.
Inserting and Deleting a Cross-Reference
You can insert a cross-reference by choosing from a menu or by choosing an item in your document. You can also delete cross-references.
Position the insertion point where you want to insert the cross-reference, choose Insert > Cross-Reference To, and then choose a provision from the submenu.
Position the insertion point where you want to insert the cross-reference, and then do any of the following:
Click the Cross-Reference button in the toolbar.
Choose Insert > Cross-Reference.
Do either of the following:
Click the item you want to cross-reference.
Use the arrow keys to choose the item you want to cross-reference, and then press Return.
If you change your mind about inserting a cross-reference by choosing an item in your document, click an item that you cannot cross-reference, press the Esc (Escape) key, or click the Cross-Reference button in the toolbar.
You can change the text of a cross-reference after you insert it; see Editing a Cross-Reference to learn how.
Position the insertion point to the right of the cross-reference, and then press the Delete key twice.
Editing a Cross-Reference
You can change how a cross-reference is displayed.
Hold the pointer over a cross-reference to see its menu arrow.
Click the menu arrow, and then choose an option from the pop‑up menu.
You can format the appearance of cross-references by using the Cross-References pop‑up menu in the Document inspector; see Formatting Overall Text Appearance to learn more.
You can use the Cross-References Navigator to manage cross-references. The Cross-References Navigator groups cross-references by the items they references. The Cross-References Navigator shows cross-referenced items on the left, and the number of cross-references to each item on the right.
To sort cross-references by referenced item, count, or location, click one of the buttons at the top of the Navigator.
To see more details about cross-references to an item, click the disclosure triangle next to the item.
To learn about cross-references generally, see Using Cross-References.