Similarly, I created Figure 2, named "This is figure two.". First, lets take a list of references, enable numbering by highlighting the list first, then right-click on the list, select "Bullets and Numbering". Place your cursor to where the reference is to be inserted, then click "Insert" - "Cross-reference". Now, Figure 1 is created, named "This is figure one.". Working with references Working with references is similar as with figures described above.
I’ll try to help without seeing the actual document.The problem I am encountering is that neither the List of Figures not eh List of Tables are displaying all the figures and tables in the doucmeutn.There are 5 figures in the doc, but the List only displays the first two; there are two tables in the doc but the List of Tables only displays the second.I am having problems with a document that uses Word captions and heading styles. However, when I go to print the document (or even print preview), the formatting changes.Images that I have previously deleted from the document reappear, text that should be a normal style changes to captions (both of these styles are customised), and spaces appear before or after cross-references to figure captions.