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I haven't been reading my techwhirler messages for a while so don't know
if this question's been covered:
I need to know if Word has a way of continuing step numbering after
you've interrupted a sequence of steps with another style. I see there's
a way to skip numbering for a paragraph, but what if you put an entirely
different style between two steps?
If this has been covered before, my apologies (but I still need an
Thanks - Janet
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