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### How to make \ref references include the word 'Figure'? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Table, Figure, and Listing prefixes Automatically inserting “Section, Subsection, etc” I'm using the package hyperref. When referencing my figure, I currently ...
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### Cross-Referencing: equations, figures, and chapters, sections, etc [duplicate]

When we reference equations, we can use \eqref, and when we reference figures, we can use \fref. Then the reference for equation has ( ) and the word figure is inserted into the document locations. ...
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### Figure references with the word Figure and not just a number [duplicate]

I reference figures this way: \label{fig:hello} and then just \ref{fig:hello} but the latter returns only the number without the word "Figure". How can I get the word Figure such as "Figure 1"?
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### How to get \ref to automatically output Table, Appendix etc.? [duplicate]

When I use \ref my output is just the number of the table or letter of the appendix. So for example in my MWE below when I enter See \ref{Test1} my output is See 1.1 and for See \ref{AppendixA} output ...
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### Have “Figure”, “Table”… word generated automatically when referencing [duplicate]

Is there a way to get \ref generate also the "word", not only the number? As in: Using \ref{eq:gauss}, we can now prove I'd like this to turn into Using Equation 1, we can now prove. Right now it ...
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### Table reference does not show the word 'Table' [duplicate]

I'm trying to refer to a table in my report, but the reference wouldn't include the word 'Table' as follows. Any ideas why? :) The LaTeX code is as follows: \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{article} \...
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### Automatically insert “in the next [chapter/section/subsection]” if reference is sequential

I'm aware of the cleveref package \cref which adds the correct reference name (see: Automatically inserting "Section", "Subsection", etc). I have a few references which refer to ...
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### Shortcut commands for referencing floats

I always include the following commands in the preamble of my latex documents to make sure I refer to floats consistently in the text. I was wondering if the community had any thoughts about this, is ...