Re: Emergency Word Question

Subject: Re: Emergency Word Question
From: Ron Rhodes <rrhodes -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 2 Aug 1996 04:50:02 -0700


Word has a way to continue numbering after a different style, but it's
not the greatest. Here's how.

1. Interrupt your sequence with that different style of yours.
2. Insert your number style (even though it may begin at 1).
Leave your cursor on this line.
3. Restart your sequence by clicking, Format, Bullets and Numbering.
The Bullets and Numbering window appears.
4. Click the Numbered tab, then click Modify.
5. Enter the desired number in the Start At field.
6. Click OK.

ALSO: If the odd style (the one you use to interrupt your sequence) is
base on your Number Style, you can usually ignore the above steps.
Word will do the sequencing for you.

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