# LaTeX gets cross-references wrong | The TeX FAQ - Labels in latex

LaTeX will calculate the right numbering for the objects in the document; the marker you have used to label the object will not be shown anywhere in the. Overview. This section will give an overview the labeling capabilities of LaTeX. We will learn to label the float environments we have already covered.

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By Mikarisar - 02:44
No installation, real-time collaboration, version control, hundreds of LaTeX You can provide an option to showlabels to tell it where to place the labels.
By Tole - 00:06
The marker can be seen as a name that we give to the object that we want to reference. It's important to add \label after a numbered element e.g. \section.
By Kigarg - 03:50
Do you really need to use \ref? You could just say \newcommand{\foobar}{22}, so that when you type \foobar you get Of course this crude approach does.

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