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    Still not fixed in ID2024

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    I agree that an indication of what page the paragraph is on to which you are trying to cross reference would be a great help. In FrameMaker they have a page range above the list of paragraphs on show that indicates where those paragraphs are in the book. I was recently working on a 270 page book with over 2000 xrefs to hundreds of paragraphs with recurring numbers 1) 2) 3), 1) 2) 3) 4) or a) b) c), a) b) c), etc. and was reduced to putting a sticky not on my screen to help mark the approximate area I need to scroll to to find the paragraph I wanted.

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    If you have InDesign CC 2019, when you select a Hyperlink and look in the Properties panel, you will see 3 buttons – ‘Remove Hyperlink’, ‘Edit Hyperlink’ and ‘Manage Hyperlink’.
    Remove Hyperlink does what it says – it removes the hyperlink. However, it retains the applied Character Style which can be manually changed by clicking the [None] style in the panel.
    Manage Hyperlink opens the Hyperlinks panel (if it’s closed) and Edit Hyperlink lets you edit it.

    Hope this helps.

    Adobe InDesign team

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