RE: Word 97 to Word 2000
In a faintly hysteric mood last Thursday (it was Thursday. And the third
meeting I was supposed to have had cancelled at the last minute) I wrote:
| Or, I suppose, set up a SEQ field for EVERY SINGLE NUMBERED LIST. No, I am
| not hysterical. Why do you ask?
David Knopf wrote:
This is actually much easier than you might think. Check out
I checked this out and set up the Autocorrect entries for the SEQ fields.
Perfect! (Thanks, David.)
The only problem is... the Autocorrect entries are not working reliably.
Sometimes I type in 1] or n] and nothing happens. More often than not,
Press F3 after you type the 1] or n].
Beth Friedman / bjf -at- wavefront -dot- com
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