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And, to add more thought about your approach in addition to what Fred said,
avoid solo headings. Headings should exist at least in pairs at any given
If you only need a single level-3 heading, get rid of it and include its
content in the preceding level-2 section. Perhaps you might have to modify
the level-2 section heading to accommodate the added content.
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