Creating cross-references to bibliographic entries

You can add the corresponding bibliographic source to an existing terminology entry. This can be done by means of a cross-reference to the bibliographic source that has already been stored as a bibliographic entry. In this example, the cross-reference is added to a definition; as a matter of principle, however, index cross-references can be inserted in any text field.

  1. Proceed as follows:
  2. Edit an existing definition or add a new definition to an existing entry.
  3. Select one or several words from which you would like to reference the bibliographic entry and select the item Create index cross-reference from the context menu.
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  4. Determine which index you would like to reference and enter the value of the index. The entered value must match the stored index value.
  5. Click OK.

    The index cross-reference will be inserted. The cross-reference will be checked automatically. If the destination of the cross-reference exists and the cross-reference is thus valid, the cross-reference will be displayed in green. If the cross-reference is invalid, it will be displayed in red. In this case, you can correct the invalid cross-reference using the item Create index cross-reference from the context menu.

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  6. Finish the editing of the entry definition by clicking Save and then Save entry.
  7. To test the result. Select the entry containing the index cross-reference and click the index cross-reference in the respective definition.
  8. The view will jump to the respective bibliographic entry, which is the destination of the index cross-reference.
    Tip

    Subsequently, you can return to the previous terminology entry using the icn_cTeM_homograph-voriger icon in the toolbar of the crossTerm Manager.