So, I present to you: cross-referencing footnotes in Word.
I most commonly cross-reference a footnote when, in a later footnote, I refer to an earlier footnote by .
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The article also introduces you to Doc Tools Cross Reference Manager – an advanced Word add-in that makes the work with cross-references much faster and easier and that can help you automatically repair and prevent cross-reference problems in the future.
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So, if you add or delete footnotes before or between the earlier footnote and the Cross-referencing footnotes has some limitations.However, cross-referencing is still a valuable time-saver. If formatted properly, you may also cross-reference to headings, bookmarks, numbered items, endnotes, equations, figures, and tables.You can find a lot of helpful information on the web by simply searching “cross-reference [whatever] in Word.” Thank you to Professors Larre and von Tigerstrom of the University of Saskatchewan, College of Law, for bringing cross-referencing footnotes to my attention.Click the button below to learn more about Doc Tools Cross Reference Manager or to buy the add-in.Top of page Read below if you want to manually find and fix the cross-reference problems instead of letting the Doc Tools Cross Reference Manager add-in help you: A cross-reference is a field, i.e.