Re: MS Word: Right aligning heading text in a numbered heading style?
Simple solution...place a one row, two cell table at the top of the
section. Left justify the left cell (number) and right justify the
right cell (text).
I do it in all my current documents, though not for the same reason.
> Debra Pesach wonders: <<I have a numbered heading system (1., 1.1,
> etc.) and the powers that be want the text for the heading to be
> right aligned [with the number left aligned].>>
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