Re: Style + Outline level: Level 1
I have to (guess what) reproduce in Frame a style that is defined in Word as
Style x + Level 1. Level 1 is selected in the Indents and Spacing tab of the
Paragraph formatting dialog. Would someone please tell me what Level 1
means? There is no numbering on the style that I can tell, anyway.
I would venture that Style x is linked in numbering to a level, thus providing an outline level for the paragraph style. The Style x could at one time have been linked. It might have gone away, but the level 1 stayed connected.
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