A cross-reference is a reference to an element in another part of the document. In MyOffice Text, you can create a cross-reference to the following items heading, numbered list item or bookmark.

The current version of the application does not allow for working with cross-references to the unsupported items (footnotes, endnotes, images, tables, or formulas) created using third-party editors.

Insert a cross-reference

To insert a cross-reference, do the following:

1.Place the pointer where you want to insert a cross-reference.

2.Open the cross-reference window in one of the following ways:

On the Command menu, select Insert > Cross-reference.

On the Sidebar, click knpk_insert_sidebar Insert > Cross-reference.

3.In the Cross-reference window, select the Reference Type drop-down list and select the elements to which the reference will lead: Heading, Numbered List or Bookmark.

4.In the Refer to box, select the specific element you want the reference to refer to. This box will contain the list of all elements of the reference type selected during the previous step. The list will be generated automatically.

5.In the Insert reference to drop-down list, specify the numeric or text value of the cross-reference. The list of values depends on the previously selected element type.

For the Heading type, select one of the following values:

oHeading Text: Heading text.

oPage Number: The number of the page where the selected heading is located.

oHeading Number (no context): A short number of the heading which is an item of a multilevel list. Example: The reference to heading 1.с.ii will look like ii.

oHeading Number (full context): A full number of the heading which is an item of a multilevel list. Example: 1.с.ii.

oAbove/Below: The word “above” if the heading is above the cross-reference, or “below” if the heading is located below the cross-reference. The position of the heading is identified automatically.

For the Numbered List type, select one of the following values:

oPage Number: The number of the page where the selected list item is located.

oItem Number (no context): A short number of the multilevel list item. Example: 1.с.ii item will be presented as ii.

oItem Number (full context): A full number of the multilevel list item. Example: 1.с.ii.

oItem Text: The text of the list item.

oAbove/Below: The word “above” if the selected item list is above the cross-reference, or “below” if the item list is located below the cross-reference. The position of the item list is identified automatically.

For the Bookmark type, select one of the following values:

oBookmark Text: The text fragment where the bookmark has been set. This value can only be selected for the bookmarks in the selected text but not where the pointer is positioned.

oPage Number: The number of the page where the selected bookmark is located.

oItem Number (no context): A short number of the multilevel list item where the bookmark is positioned. Example: 1.с.ii item will be presented as  ii.

oItem Number (full context): A full number of the multilevel list item where the bookmark is positioned. Example: 1.с.ii.

oAbove/Below: The word “above” if the bookmark is above the cross-reference, or “below” if the bookmark is located below the cross-reference. The position of the bookmark is identified automatically.

6.Click Insert.

If a cross-reference is incorrect, the # symbol will be displayed instead.

To insert other cross-references, repeat the procedure.

You can continue to work with the main application window while you enter the cross-reference parameters. To close the Cross-reference window, click Cancel in the window title.

Go to the reference

To go to the reference, click it by holding the Ctrl/command Cmd button pressed.

Update a cross-reference

Cross-references are updated automatically.

Modify a cross-reference

To modify the existing cross-reference, deleted it as described in the Delete a cross-reference section and add a new cross-reference as described in the Insert a cross-reference section.

Delete a cross-reference

To delete a cross-reference, select it by clicking it with the mouse and press Delete.

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