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Cross References, Please

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@_Th He's talking about cross references, not footnotes, indexes or tables of contents.  As in "See Figure 42 on page 14." where "42" and "14" are field values of a reference object inserted at the point of interest.  There is a meagre hack one can do with linked text frames in AffPub to get the page number, but it is really painful, does not scale well, and has absolutely none of the the management panels one would get with a supported feature.  The entry in the Publisher help for "Cross References" is the basis for that meagre hack.

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On 12/3/2022 at 4:23 AM, PaoloT said:

sounding less harsh

Thanks Paulo, Tone in text is much more difficult than in speech. I'll work on that.

Thanks for clarification sfriedman.

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