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Hello Jay,

On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 10:25 PM, Jay Lozier <> wrote:

On 05/17/2012 02:33 PM, Florent Guiliani wrote:
Now I am desperately trying to get the desired page count for the
second 'logical' document. Thought?

Taking the problem upside down, I would rather be happy if I could
make cross-references between the two documents without having to
merge them.

Two questions:

How did you merge the two documents?

I have concatenated the two documents using the menu command "Insert->File..."

What type of references are you trying to maintain?

One document contains a numbered list of items. It should have it's
own page number and page count. The other document mentions the number
and text of the listed items. It also needs it owns page number and
page count.

I use cross-references to reflect any change in the number or text of
the items automatically in the other document. (Menu Insert ->
Cross-references, then Tab cross-references, Type:numbered paragraph,
Reference to: number and reference)

I wonder if I could proceed the other way around: setting index
entries and generate the list in the other document with a
user-defined index. That doesn't change the page numbering issue


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