Automatic updating cross references
You cannot import formats from an In Copy document into an In Design document.
If the new or modified format in In Copy conflicts with a format in the In Design document when the story is checked in, the In Design format takes precedence.
In In Copy, you can manage cross-references only if the story is checked out for editing.
An update icon indicates that the cross-reference destination text has changed or that the cross-reference source text has been edited. If the destination moves to a different page, the cross-reference is updated automatically.
Available headings, captions or footnotes will appear. Click Insert Note: In the example below, we selected the following options: Reference type: Table Insert reference to: Entire Caption (highlighted in grey) When a cross-reference is created, a field is inserted into your document identifying the item you are referencing (e.g. In the example (See Table A), you would type the brackets and the word See before inserting Table A as a field, as explained below.
You can also determine the cross-reference format, such as Page Number Only or Full Paragraph & Page Number. When you insert a cross-reference in your document, you can choose from several predesigned formats, or you can create your own custom format.First, specify the delimiter between the quotation marks.The delimiter is the character that ends the paragraph.See Creating cross-references to partial paragraphs. You can design cross-reference formats to include only the first part of a paragraph.For example, if you have headings in your document that look like, “Chapter 7—Granada to Barcelona,” you can create a cross-reference that refers only to “Chapter 7.”When you insert the Partial Paragraph building block, you must do two things.