However, the cross-reference fields still show the old text even if you update all fields.View the demo below for an explanation of how the problem occurs and how you can solve it.In addition, Doc Tools Cross Reference Manager includes smart and efficient cross-reference features that are not found elsewhere.For example, you can save language-specific custom cross-reference texts that contain placeholders for multiple cross-reference fields and insert the text, including all the cross-references, with a single click.It will make all your future work with cross-reference faster and easier.Click the button below to learn more about Doc Tools Cross Reference Manager or to buy the add-in.Situation: One or more cross-reference fields that should have referred to a heading number (or another numbered item) refer to section no. Alternatively, one or more fields refer to a wrong number after updating fields.As for problem 1 described above, the key to the problem is to be found in the way you edit cross-referenced items. View the demo below for an explanation of how the problem occurs and how you can solve it.
Doc Tools Cross Reference Manager lets you do everything you can do using the built-in cross-reference functionality of Word easier and faster.See the example below (field shading is turned to to make it easy to identify fields): Among the features are also special tools for detecting and handling cross-reference errors: The add-in includes a command that checks the document for errors – such as the cross-reference errors described on this page – and provides tools for repairing any errors found.In addition, the add-in includes functionality that can prevent certain types of errors.Setting field shading to Always also makes it much easier to find cross-reference problems, if any.If you use Microsoft Word 2007 or later version Note that the demos have been created using Microsoft Word 2003. In Microsoft Word 2007 or later version, you can open the Bookmark dialog box via Insert tab Situation: You have made changes to one or more headings or other items that are cross-referenced in the document.