I'm forced to insert a huge number of markers in a 900 page plus book with more than 50 chapters. I had divided the one humongous file into seperte chapters ot make it easier but shot myself in teh foot when it came to inserting the footnotes/endnotes. client wants these at teh end of the book - not at teh end of each chapter - so I am unable to use any of the scripts that convert footnotes to endnotes. Instead, I'm inserting each endnotes as a cross reference.
Through diligent searchign on this excellent forum I found that a keyboard chortcut for insertign cross references can indeed be made [thanks to jongware] http://forums.adobe.com/thread/325237 -
However, I am now faced with scrolling throught teh incredibly long list [200+] of endnote destination texts to select each one in turn - the dialog box doesn't seem to remember the location of teh last chosen destination and resets to the beginning every time!
Does anyone know of anythign that could help?
Given that ID's native cross-refernces are not particularly reliable across documents, I'd be very much inclined to make this a single file again.