Each Cross-Reference in a document needs to have its definition (how will Cross-Reference appear) and also needs to point to its Source Marker (specific pointer in a document where Cross-Reference takes source information). Let's begin by a simple example:

Source Marker
Example of Source Marker located in the chapter heading


Cross-Reference that points to previous Source Marker

Cross-Reference definition consists of individual elements and plain text. The Cross-Reference above has following definition:

A represents elements, B represents plain text

Context menu controls

To open a cross references context menu:

place click type cursor into a text frame, or select a cross-reference or source marker-

Windows - Right click;    Mac - Ctrl + Click

select item Cross-References  and the menu will pop up.