[OS X TeX] labels for page numbers

Alex Scorpan scorpan at gmail.com
Sat Dec 2 12:53:09 EST 2006

On Dec 2, 2006, at 10:06 AM, David Oliver wrote:

> Suppose one has a theorem (using either the theorem or AMS theorem  
> packages) and one wants to refer later in the document to the page  
> on which the theorem appears. Is there a way to attach a label to  
> the theorem so the page reference appearing later via the label is  
> automatically updated as the content of the document evolves? Any  
> other procedure to achieve this result?

Why, \pageref does just that.


If the moon is green,
it is made out of cheese.

As the moon is not green,
the conclusion follows.


It is now time to use the celebrated
Green Moon Theorem, stated back
on page \pageref{greenmoon}.
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