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Subject:Re: Templates in Word (97) From:Paul <pdunham -at- NMT -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 9 Apr 1998 19:52:58 -0700
I have done this, and it works fine. Just be careful--Word '97 has a nasty
tendency to automatically link the styles and you can end up with a note when
you just want a number.
Roger Mallett wrote:
> Customize the numbering for the style per the following:
> In the "Number Format" field, type: Note
> In the "Number Style" field, select: (none)
> Click the font button and select Bold
> Make any indent/margins changes you need and Presto!, there you go.
> Roger Mallett
> Control Systems
> (714) 458-5040 x 239