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On 1/13/24 5:39 AM, Robert Großkopf wrote:

The question is :

In document C.odt I put the definition of electrical *connector* and give an antonomasia *WAGO*.

In the W.odt document I put *WAGO*: electrical connector whose name is that of the manufacturer.

I would like to put a link from WAGO in the C.odt document to WAGO in the W.odt document.

Open Document W.odt.

But if both documents are in a master document the reference could be found and will work.

(Addmittidly Ive not tried it yet)

Can this work for page numbers too?

(Using the original document as an example), adding to the reference for "WAGO" in the "C" document something that may say something like see "WAGO on page XXX" where the XXX is where the finished document will put the reference to WAGO?

Than ks for everyones time.

  << MCT >> Michael C Tiernan.
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