We use many cross references in several catalogs that we produce. So far I've been limited to referencing the first page of a section (e.g. "beginning on page XXX") when I really would like to reference a spread of pages (e.g. "see pages XXX-XXX") because I'm not sure how to create that type of cross reference. Is it possible to reference a spread of pages and not just a single page?
I'm using InDesign CC 2014 on a Mac.
I typically surround the referenced section with text anchors. So if I had to reference the section "How to make Multi-Page Cross-references" that spanned two pages, then the first text anchor would appear at the beginning of the section and be named MultiPageBegin, and the second anchor would appear at the very end of the section, and be named MultiPageEnd.
So, you wind up making two xrefs in InDesign for each page range.
Thanks for the tip. So you have to create two individual Cross References with an en dash in between them that each reference one of the hyperlinks? There's no way to have it create the page spread with a single cross reference?