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I have included a glossary as a separate chapter at the end of my thesis. This chapter lists new terms defined by me. To refer to the glossary in other chapters, I used the
\gls command, which creates a hyperlink between an occurence of a given "term" in the text and its corresponding glossary entrie(s).
This hyperlink clearly signals to the reader of a soft copy (PDF) when I'm referring to the glossary.
However, if the reader only has a hard copy, there is no clear indication that a given term is defined in the glossary.
My question is: is there a more explicit way of indicating to the reader that I'm referring to the glossary? I'm thinking along the lines of what the
\cite command does when I refer to a bibliography entry...