Re: Weird Word Paragraph Style Name
I'm working on a Word document where the heading styles have some
interesting names. For example Heading 2 is named 'Heading 2,H2,heading
2,2'. I haven't come across this before. Anyone seen this kind of naming
before? and if so, is there anything special about it I should know? Or is
this just a quirk of the previous writer?
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