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If I want to reference a paragraph, but without numbering them, how would I do that?
Currently, I'm doing something along the lines of:

\subsection{A}
This is where I'm referring to the paragraph, using cref.
For further information, see \cref{par:X}.

\subsection{B}
Bla bla blub
\paragraph{Paragraph header}\label{par:X}
lorem impsum dolor met sit amet whatever I don't know the rest

Unfortunately, this on its own only prints out "..., see subsection [B's number]".

Now, if I use:

\setcounter{secnumdepth}{6}
\crefname{paragraph}{paragraph}{paragraphs}
\Crefname{paragraph}{paragraph}{paragraphs}

in the preamble, I can reference paragraphs, instead of just (sub-(sub-))sections.

However, I want to use paragraphs as emphasis inside the text, not as actual numbered headers, which is what is happening now - they get numbered.

Therefore my question - how do I have to reference my labels so that it renders as "see paragraph Paragraph Header" (from the example above) and the actual paragraphs do not get numbers assigned?

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To reference the title of the paragraph, you can use \nameref from the hyperref package:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{hyperref}
\usepackage{cleveref}

\begin{document}

\subsection{A}
This is where I'm referring to the paragraph, using cref.
For further information, see \nameref{par:X}.

\subsection{B}
Bla bla blub
\paragraph{Paragraph header}\label{par:X}
lorem impsum dolor met sit amet whatever I don't know the rest


\end{document}
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