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You want to learn more about Cross-References? Fantastic!

If you’re looking to make your documents easier to update, learning to use the Cross-References feature in Word is a great way to do it. Imagine: No matter how many new paragraphs get added to your document, that reference back to Section 1.02.35 will update itself every time. Sweet!

But how does this work? Consider this post about how to type a name once in a document and have it repeated throughout the document without having to re-type it:

Type Once, Repeat Many

Your mind is probably spinning from all the possibilities that something like this opens up. All the forms you could create. All the cross-checking that you won’t have to do anymore.

On board? So, tell me: What are your top 2 questions about Cross-References in Microsoft Word? Let me know so I can be sure to cover it in an upcoming webinar for the Assemble Documents Faster course!

What are your top 2 questions about Cross-References in Microsoft Word? Let me know so I can be sure to cover it in an upcoming webinar for the Assemble Documents Faster course!