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Word 2003 Heading Cross Referenceing

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I noticed that the Insert - Reference - Cross-Reference form in Word 2003 only allows picking 3 levels of Headings. Is there a way to expand the Headings levels for cross-referencing to more than 3?
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Are you sure of that? On my system (admittedly 2007, but I don't think this area has changed), all the heading paragraphs in the document are shown.
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