Automatic updating cross references in word
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I am new to RH and will have to convert large documents created in Word to HTML + PDF.I have already given up on RH for Word (RH Word v7 + Word 2007 crashes very often on Vista and is far too slow) and will use RH HTML, and I am prepared to do extensive manual editing, and to change the visual appearance of documents if necessary.
My main problem at this stage is how to create and maintain the internal references to other parts of the same document, which is done in Word with auto-numbered chapters, sections and figures.Please Note: This article is written for users of the following Microsoft Word versions: 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003.If you are using a later version (Word 2007 or later), this tip may not work for you.For a version of this tip written specifically for later versions of Word, click here: Cross-referencing to an Automatic Number.converting hyperlinks to something like (see page 213), with the page number updated automatically to correspond to the actual position of the target in the PDF document?There are no promises that this chapter is of the same quality and depth as the other chapters of this guide.
That is because it was written by a single author not working with Microsoft and not subject to peer review.
You will not find this chapter on the Microsoft site. You should have reviewed the bookmarks and cross-reference portions of Complex Legal Documents before tackling this chapter.
Online HTML is not a problem, and Word references can be changed to HTML links. The problem is printed PDF, where hyperlinks obviously do not work.
The Word documents use references like (see ), which are hyperlinks in the online version and can be followed manually in the printed version.
How do I do this progressive numbering in RH HTML so that it updates automatically when chapters, sections and figures are inserted, deleted or shuffled?
If this is not possible at all (as I suspect) how do I do something usable in the PDF output, e.g.