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From: Alex Silbajoris [mailto:alsilba -at- hotmail -dot- com]
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 11:21 AM
Subject: Got so mad, I wrote a macro...
In a simple Word document with a few sections of numbered steps, I once
again found the numbering picking up from the previous list. I could reset
the numbering, but then I lost the third-level indent of that particular
style. I could click the indent setting a few times and regain the correct
indent. After I did this three or four times, I became disgusted enough to
write a quick macro that marched through those steps.
And then Word changed, and no longer picked up the previous numbering.
After creating the macro, I've only had to use it once. *scratches head*
Has anyone else had this happen?
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