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I know that something like this can be done in LaTeX documents using hyperlinks https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Hyperlinks Obviously I'm not a LaTeX power user, and being in my mid 70s doesn't make the job any easier. How does anyone write a LaTeX document with 200 referenced display equations without going crazy? To handle this problem now I use something like eqn:name to label and reference all display equations, where name represents any unique and legal string of characters without blanks. Then I wrote a python script that reads my LaTeX.tex file anytime I want and changes all eqn:name to eqn:###, where ### is the integer matching each display equation number shown in parentheses at the time. If I later decide to insert, delete, move, or duplicate display equations, I have to manually change or add new labels and references by whatever means most convenient at the time. Then I run my python script again to clean up everything. While that may seem like a lot of extra work it beats the alternatives. Manually naming and referencing display equations may work OK when only a few dozen, but it quickly gets out of hand when there are hundreds.
I would like to see a capability in BaKoMa TeXWord, similar to what is in MathType/MSWord, where each numbered display equation is automatically given a label that I never have to see if I choose not to, and when I want to reference a display equation by its label in the LaTeX.tex document I can use an "Insert Equation Reference" command and then double click on the display equation's displayed number shown in parentheses to have a reference to the display equation automatically inserted in my LaTeX document at the curser location.
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