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Names

You can add automatically numbered titles to tables, graphics, selected text and other elements, for example text of this kind: Table 6. Defining the buttons of the format bar & quot ;. When you delete, move, or add items that have auto-names, you can very easily change the title numbers by updating the Title fields. If the element has a name, then it can also be referenced in a cross-reference.

To insert a title, select Insert name from the Links tab, the Title group, in the opened dialog, select the Label Label ) , then select Figure (English Picture ) , Table (English Table ) , Formula (English Equation ) , and in the Title field (English Caption ) enter the title text. In this dialog, you can create a new name, delete a custom name, change the numbering format, define an automatic appearance of the name for various objects of the program using the button AutoCaption ) .

You can update the entered names by selecting them and pressing the F9 key. You can delete the name as plain text.

Cross-references

You can create an cross-reference, such as, for example, Refer to the item located at a location in this or another document. Table b on p. 22 & quot ;. Any cross reference is an object, its nature is a connection. Therefore, if the referenced element is changed, for example, table b becomes table 5 or moves to p. 23, then the cross-reference can be changed as the value of the field, without re-typing it.

You can refer to headers formatted with standard styles (from 1 to 9), to footnotes created from the Footnote command ( Footnote ) from the Insert menu, to items with names created using the Name command (English Caption ) from the Insert menu, on the bookmark.

In order to create a cross-reference, it is necessary to type the text of the link in the document, including the symbol "quotes", select the Cross reference command from Cross-reference from tabs Links, in the opened dialog box select the link type - the Link type field, then - the Insert link to ... field and determine which element the link will be made on - the field For what name. After that, click the Paste button. To close the dialog box, click the Close button.

Cross-references are automatically updated:

a) when printing, if you select the Update Fields Before Printing option in the File - Options - Screen menu, the Print Options category is checked;

b) if you select the link or the entire document and press the F9 button.

If the referenced element is deleted, when updating

links will display an error message.

In order to create a cross-reference to an element located in another document, you must create a master document and make both linkable documents part of the main document, then open the main document in normal view and create a cross-reference in the usual way.

You can use a cross-reference to change headers and footers when changing the chapter number or headings. To do this:

• apply one of the built-in title styles to the headers;

• In the header and footer area, insert a link to the type - Header command, insert the number of the desired chapter and its title.

Creating Footnotes

Footnotes at the bottom of the page (the so-called usual footnotes) and endnotes are used for explanations, comments or references to primary sources in the created document. The program allows you to simultaneously use both footnotes at the bottom of the page, and endnotes in the same document, for example, one kind of footnotes intended for detailed comments, and another (for example, endnotes) for references to quoted sources. Regular footnotes are printed at the bottom of the page, and endnotes are printed at the end of the section or document.

A footnote of any kind consists of two related parts: a reference marker for the footnote and a footnote text corresponding to this marker. The user can use automatic footnote numbering or create their own footnote markers. In automatic numbering mode, footnote markers change whenever a user inserts, deletes, or moves footnote text.

You can insert a footnote of any length into the document and place it anywhere on the page. The footnote text can be formatted in the same way as any other text. You can customize the markers and footnote delimiters-lines that separate the text of the document from footnote text.

To view a footnote in Draft mode, double-click on the footnote marker, the footnote text appears in the footnotes window; in the page markup view, the footnote will appear where it should be printed.

To create a footnote, position the cursor where the footer marker should appear, click the Insert Footnote button from the References tab. You can also click on the Footnotes group button and select the footnote parameters in the dialog box that appears; to insert an individual footnote, you can use the standard Symbol dialog (English Symbol ) , that the footnotes inserted in this way will not be renumbered. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Alt + F to insert a standard footnote and Ctrl + Alt + D to insert the endnote.

To delete a footnote, select it and press the Delete key. You can also move the footnote or copy it to another location. You can copy the footnote text into the document itself or into another document. To do this, use the Clipboard. In order to create another link on the same footnote, you need to insert a cross-reference to this footnote and assign this style a footnote.

You can use the object view buttons to quickly view footnotes in a document. Note that non-standard footnote markers are not updated or renumbered. To change the formatting of footnotes, you must change the footnote style.

In order to convert all conventional footnotes to endnotes, you need to do the following:

• Choose References - Footnotes;

• click the Replace button;

• In the Conversion Footnotes dialog box, set the switch to the desired position.

In order to convert only one footnote:

• go to the footnote text box;

• Right-click and select the Footnotes context menu;

• select the option Convert to Footnote or Convert to Endnote.

Formatting lines for separating and continuing footnotes. This operation can only be done in Draft mode. To perform the operation, activate the Show Footnotes command in the Footnotes tab. Select from the list the desired object for reformatting (footnote delimiter or footnotes continuation separator) and change it. You can also change the text to notify you of the continuation of the footnote on another page by selecting the Notification about the continuation of the footnote.

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