ICT proficiency · Microsoft Office · Top tip · Word

#116 Adding captions and inserting cross-references in Word

If you are creating a large document with lots of images and figures, make sure that you use ‘Insert Caption’ in Word rather than adding captions manually. When you use ‘Insert Caption’, you can reference your object anywhere in your document by inserting a cross-reference. More importantly, this means that you keep the figures and cross-references automatically up to date in order to minimise any errors when adding and updating references manually. A lifesaver! Watch this video to show you how…

Featured image: “inserts” by peretzpup is licenced under CC BY-SA 2.0

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