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I know we've talked about this, and I foolishly ignored the posts
because I had a nice template with the problem all worked out for me.
Can someone direct me to the threads that discuss how to resolve the
numbering problem in Word, specifically a style solution, and
specifically for Word 2000? I've searched the archives with no real
success... mention of macros, but the kind of mention that I'd have to
know how to work with macros to implement (and I don't). Or if some kind
soul wouldn't mind sending me some working styles in a Word template
that I could hijack into my own template, that would be really great.
"Ol' Diz knows the king's English. And not only that, I also know the
queen is English."
--Dizzy Dean, baseball great, responding on air to a letter from a
listener who said he didn't know the King's English