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Old June 12th 19, 11:12 AM
Shelley C Shelley C is offline
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Default How to cross reference e.g. 1(A)

I've been searching the internet on how I can cross reference numbers and letters together. I have a document with one schedule but it has 21 parts to that schedule e.g. part 1, part 2, part 3(A), part 3(B). I can cross reference the number of the part but not the letter in brackets. Can anyone help with this query please.

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Shelley C

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