Re: MS Word: Right aligning heading text in a numbered heading style
My apologies for taking up cyberspace with a specific Word question, but
I've searched archives and Woody's Watch to no avail.
I have a numbered heading system (1., 1.1, 1.1.1, etc.) and the powers that
be want the text for the heading to be right aligned. Something that they
say is a heading style from WordPerfect.
Example (where the || is the printed page margins and all the text is on the
same single line):
||1. -> This is the Heading||
Although I can set the style to have a right-aligned margin, when I type the
text wraps to the next line as if I had a left-aligned margin.
||1. -> This||
|| is the Heading. ||
Does anybody have any suggestions on how to make this happen?
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