Since char formats can be used anywhere in the document, getting a set
distance will be difficult. But sure, you can add a slash-t ("\t") in
there, but it's a tab and not a tab stop declaration. I do this. Of
course I limit this xref format's use to it being the only entry in a
paragraph, which has an actual tab stop assigned to it. So yes, you
can likely do what you need to do provided you marry up the xref and
the paragraph style into a combined use.

On Jan 11, 2008 12:59 PM,  <obair81 at comcast.net> wrote:
> Is it possible to put a tab stop in a cross-reference?
>
> For example, I want my  <$paratext>, page <$pagenum><Default ? Font>  x-ref 
> to have a tab stop (and leader) in front of the word "page".
>
> This is not my formatting preference, but a request from someone who uses our 
> docs a great deal to train others.

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