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Crossreference to another chapter

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Sep 18, 2018

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I need to make a cross-reference to a paragraph in another chapter (ie. different file).  I am not seeing how this is done.

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Crossreference to another chapter

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I need to make a cross-reference to a paragraph in another chapter (ie. different file).  I am not seeing how this is done.

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Sep 20, 2018

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Hi Cindy,

I am assuming that you want a cross-reference from one (Chapter1.XML) chapter to an another (Chapter2.XML) chapter.

You can try something like this.

Chapter1.XML:

<para>Refer to <xref srcfile = "Chapter2.XML#crossref1 format = "Link"/>.</para>

Chapter2.XML:

<para id = "crossref1">Link</para>

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Hi Cindy,

  1. open up both .xml files - then one you want to put the xref into and the one you want to xref to.
  2. In the file you want to have the reference mark the area and then go to Insert > Cross-Reference (or on the keyboard hit Esc s c).

The reference pod opens usually on the right.

  1. In there you select in File Settings the file, you have opened and want to reference to from the selection list (no need to browse, as its open already).
  2. In the overview box highlight the file and underneath click Insert.
  3. Save the file you added the reference in.

Done.

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