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Thanks for providing the continued support for this clearly challenging issue. I get 2.1 instead??? It has justified my 5.1.6 completely to the left of the page, yet is saying the margins are correct and I can't move the line at all. I am trying to number both headings and paragraphs in a document. weblink
IT Learning Centre The blog of the Oxford University IT Learning Centre Skip to content Home About Fix heading numbering – Word document Posted on October 21, 2009 by David Baker How broken a solution is that. …car won't start, get a new car! Your styles heading1, heading2 etc are now re-defined to include automatic numbering – check through the document that they are well-behaved. 7. b. If you find the field Number style for this level as disabled, clear the check box Legal style numbering.
Go Multilevel List drop-down menu, 4. in May 2015 seemed very long too as I struggled with an existent Word template that instead of sub section 1.2 led me to 2.1 after 1.1. When I did that, then saved my doc as a template, then created a new doc based on that template, I was able to assign the List Number styles and get Like Section 2 2.1.1, Section 3 3.1.1, without making a new style for every section?
When I change 4.1 from heading 1 to heading 1, the numbering goes to 1.1. Most impressive, you have saved me a heap of time. Then from another document I create another List Style called "Custom2" and choose to make it available to "New docs based on this template" and link them to Heading styles. I think the only way you can achieve this quickly is to do it manually in a borderless table.
This man will get them into line! You can create new numbering styles using the “Define New Multilevel List” option in this […] Reply Wrestling MS Word: Section Numbering | The Cold Fish says: April 11, 2016 at Notify me of new posts via email. Seriously, how on earth did MS Word do this horrible monster that is Word 2007 and retain market share?
by John January 5, 2016 at 10:26 pm Thank you, Rhonda - Word's numbered lists and multi-level lists (along with styles) are the bane of my existence. You can press Ctrl+A to select everything and then press F9 to update fields; or you can just go to Print Preview and back (assuming the option is set to update I have created the new list in Normal.DOTM (Word 2013) so it is available as a default bullet list. Similarly, restore connections for the rest of the heading levels (heading 2, 3, …etc.) in your document.
- When I went into the Multilevel List from the Paragraph group, right clicked on the Current List and went to Modify from there, any change I made to the numbering scheme
- Thanks again for your help.
- Thanks for the tutorial!
- However, I have a problem, the same described by CM: the third level doesn't restart, even though I checked "restart list after level 2".
- Most of the constitution is great set up as Part 1 1.1 (a) (1) (i) etc. (with indents but not relevant).
numbering scheme (not using Word's List/Numbering feature). Reply Dan says: June 23, 2014 at 11:59 am Thanks! When you create the first style, make sure you set the Style Type to List (NOT Paragraph, which is the default). -Rhonda by Rhonda April 6, 2016 at 6:31 am If the post really helped you, please leave a comment Cancel reply Enter your comment here...
Reply wordknowhow says: November 18, 2016 at 1:39 pm Glad it helped!! http://winnthosting.com/word-2007/word-2007-freezes-using-clip-art.html If you delete the grey shaded number, click on “Number style for this level”, then the style you want, For ease-of-use’s sake, I always just use numbers. That makes it clear that this is a list style that's controlling more than one paragraph style. Then go back and select the list you want.
You are done. 11. Similarly, you can keep adding levels as needed. Wish I'd found it earlier. I don't know the answer to that -- and haven't figured it out yet! http://winnthosting.com/word-2007/word-2007-keeps-crashing.html For example, if you want your Heading 1 to have font "Cambria", font size "14", Bold, color Blue then configure these in the Modify Style dialog box as shown in the
Click heading “1” and subsequently from the drop-down list Link level to style , select Heading 1 style. Your instruction set was the easiest to follow, and it works. If Heading 3 is 3.4.5, Heading 4 comes out to 184.108.40.206.
On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, choose Multilevel List.
Please note that you may not see all the multilevel heading levels (that you have just created) in the gallery depending on the configuration of the Style Pane Options. Then select the list you want, creating a new one if need be. I know this happened to some old styles I had in a template -- I had to go back into the numbered list dialog box and change the formatting there. -Rhonda You're nearly finished… you just have to set up the 3rd list level.
Survey 3.1.1. Why is this so hard and totally disconnected from how to set up Heading styles through the Styles options? Reply wordknowhow says: February 17, 2014 at 6:44 am Hahahaha…..thanks! this content I mean, to get your third level numbering, you have to "include level from" level 1 AND THEN also level 2.
Just meant adding two more list styles. Perhaps if you're at the beginning of the document and either in or before the first use of the styles, you don't get the options, but later in the document (after Reply Anonymous says: September 26, 2014 at 3:01 pm Thanks! Thanks so much for you helpful guidance and instructions.
Ran some tests, passed files in and out of InDesign, and all seems fine. by Annette Plummer January 15, 2013 at 8:39 am […] guys. Also, check post "How to fix multilevel list in Word".