You can use the Cross-References view to navigate cross-references. You can also use the Cross-References view to convert cross-references that consist of only text to automatically updating cross-references that include Word fields (search for “fields” in Word Help to learn more). To show the Cross-References view, choose Cross-References from the pop‑up menu at the top of the Contract Tools pane.
To sort cross-references by referenced item, by count, or by location, click one of the buttons at the top left of the view.
To show all cross-references or a kind of cross-reference, use the Show pop‑up menu at the top left of the view.
To convert all cross-references that consist of only text to automatically updating cross-references that include Word fields, click “Convert to Fields” at the top right of the view. If “Convert to Fields” is always disabled (highlighted in gray), see Converting Cross-References to Word Fields is Impossible. You can also convert individual cross-references using the Context button; see The Context Button to learn more.
To go to where a cross-reference appears in your document, click a cross-reference in the view.
To find cross-references to unknown items, sort the Cross-References view by item or count, and then click the disclosure triangle next to Unknown.
To go to the item to which a cross-reference refers, sort the Cross-References view by location, and then click the arrow to the right of the cross-reference. To learn about other ways to go to the item to which a cross-reference refers, see Navigation Tools.