How to cross-reference/duplicate many series of points in an end table, in Word v.X for Mac?
Thread poster: lokilo

lokilo  Identity Verified
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French to English
Aug 16, 2005

Hi,

I am working on a series of documents outlining various co. policies, presented as a series of points, rules. Each document includes an end-table in which all the document's points are listed in their entirety (for quick reference and as a checklist).

I've used cross-referencing in the past, for page #s or captions... but for some reason I'm blanking out. I've been going around in circles with Word and the cross-reference function, and I've not found (yet) an online page that will help me. I've even tried looking at the source text for clues, but I'm not looking in the right place, evidently.

I am working on a MacOSX, with the latest Word for mac version.

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Thanks,

--L

[Edited at 2005-08-16 14:14]


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