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How to define a missing Cross-Reference item in Word 2007

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Hi Experts,

I'm getting this error:

 "Error! Reference source not found.".

The missing item is "Customer" in this reference:

{ REF Customer \h  \* MERGEFORMAT }

How do I define "Customer" ?

Regards,
Leigh
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Hi,

Customer should be a bookmark range included in the document

To add a bookmark:
Select the text or item to which you want to assign a bookmark, or click where you want to insert a bookmark. On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Bookmark. Under Bookmark name, type or select a name. Bookmark names must begin with a letter and can contain numbers. You can't include spaces. However, you can use the underscore character to separate words — eg., "First_Line." Click Add


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