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    Table Containing Bookmark (2003)

    New (i. e., novice) Word User here. What I would like to know how to do is set up a table with various references to different sections of a document that would update if/when I move or revise the sections. For example, I would like to referernce a section, say "3(a)", in a table. Help?

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    Re: Table Containing Bookmark (2003)

    Word has a Table of Contents (TOC) feature. The easiest way to set it up is to use Heading styles for the entries you want to include in the TOC. To create a TOC, use Insert | Reference | Tables and Indexes..., Table of Contents tab. TOC entries can act as hyperlinks to the text they refer to.

    You can insert so-called cross references in a document. You can refer to the text of a heading, or its number, etc. The menu option is Insert | Reference | Cross Reference...
    Cross references can act as hyperlinks to the text they refer to.

    Another option is to copy some text, and use Edit | Paste Special with the Paste Link option elsewhere.

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    Re: Table Containing Bookmark (2003)

    Thanks, Hans.

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