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I use cross references in Writer fairly often in long documents, and I know
how to change their on-screen appearance. And these, of course, are not at
all visible when printing.

I recently attempted to print a document with the cross references
highlighted in some fashion (simply to make them easier to spot while
lounging around on the sofa reading the printed output). It seems that there
is no character style (or other mechanism) by which I could do this. Is that

If not, how would I go about this (and I accept that I'll feel really
ignorant if someone points out some obvious setting for this that I missed).

Thanks ...

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