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Instead of using the predefined formats I have established a system of self-defined formats, instead of h1, h2 etc. I use 01_1UERRSCHRIFT1, 01_2UEBERSCHRIFT2, etc.
However, now I want to establish cross-references to headlines of these formats.
Should this work or are cross-references only possible to standard formats?
You can add a cross-reference to any paragraph style: it doesn't matter what you call it.
As a quick review, here are the steps to crating a paragraph cross reference:
- Add the text
- Create a new paragraph style: call it whatever you like
- Click where you want to add the cross-reference
- Click New in the Cross-Reference panel
- Link to: Paragraph
- Select the heading style you added earlier
- Select the specific heading
- Select the Cross-Reference format
- Click on OK.
thank you for your kind answer.
So I was on the right way.
I still wonder what caused the breakdowns.
Here in Germany it's time to wait till tomorrow.
I'll try to contact a support by phone then.
Barb told me about the way to establish a cross-reference.
This was the way I was taking.
However, something caused repeating breakdowns when I chose the self-defined headline paragraph format.
I shall try to contact adobe by phone when it is daytime in Germany.
It's always worth making sure you were doing the right steps. I'm sorry about the difficulties you are experiencing.