Sometimes this happens when you have conditional text which is hidden.
If this is the case, AND you search for unresolved cross-references and
there are none, you can safely ignore this warning.
Ben Hechter wrote:
> Can't figure this one out, so I need some collective wisdom on unresolved
> cross-references that keep reappearing like Banquo's ghost.
> Refreshed the unresolved cross-references, (links are still valid, but marker
> type morphes from a paragraph catalog style to a numeric code). All is well
> while the book is open, but when I reopen the book at a later time, the
> unresolved cross-references reappear!
> Thought this might be related to random paragraph overrides, so searched and
> removed all paragraph overrides, but to no avail.
> Thanks, gurus, for your collective wisdom!
> Ben Hechter
> bhechter at objectives.ca
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