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Updating all cross-references at once

Posted on 2007-11-23
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I've added quite a few cross-references to my word document.  For example:

".... for additional information please see [link to appendix A - title] on page [link to appendix A - page]. ..."

Currently I am manually finding and hand updating every link.  But I would be nice I there exists a single button that I could click to update all links at once.
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Try Tools, Options, select Print tab, check Update fields check box, OK out.
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It works for me! :)
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by:GrahamSkan
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Or Ctrl+A to select all, then F9 to update all fields in the Selection.
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