Word 2003

Subject: Word 2003
From: "Beth Sargent" <beth -dot- sargent -at- syncvoice -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2007 09:25:18 -0700

Hello All,

Has anyone run into problems using Header 1 in Word 2003. What I want to
do is cross reference sections in the Admin Manual that I'm writing, but
the Header 1s are not showing in the Header drop-down of the cross
reference dialog. Instead they are showing in the Numbered List
drop-down. I checked Help and it says that Word has nine default headers
1-9. All of my Header 2s and 3s are fine only the Header 1s are not
where I think they should be. The only thing I can think of at this
point is that my Header 1 is Style Header 1 + Verdana and the others
just say Header 2 and Header 3.

Stumped and grateful for any insight.

Beth Sargent
SyncVoice Communications
beth -dot- sargent -at- syncvoice -dot- com
714-901-1445 ext. 2137
www.syncvoice.com <http://www.syncvoice.com/>


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