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Mirosław, thank you, your firs sited set of instructions sounds very promising & I'll let you know of any success.
Could not make myself wait until tomorrow - the suggestion of "Tools | Auto Correct Options", etc., was just what was called for.
Thank you so much, all who contributed.
Thankfully, my blood pressure has subsided & I'm going to soon have a 'digital copy' of the latest edition of the Constitution & By-Laws of the Grand Lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It's sort of one of the Rule Books that constituent Lodges of the Odd Fellow Fraternal Order must abide by - in this case, here in Massachusetts. As Secretary of my Lodge, I'm often the first person a member of my Lodge goes to to get a clearer idea of procedures & protocol, etc...
Thank you again.

On 07/25/2012 08:45 PM, Mirosław Zalewski wrote:
Is Default style associated with some numbering style?
Please see:
1. Format → Styles and Formatting
2. in new window find "Default" at top of list and right-click → Modify
3. In new window check, in "Outline & Numbering", if "Numbering style" is set
to "None". If not, change it and click "OK".

You said something about pasting data from another document. You may try
Edit → Paste Special (or Shift+Ctrl+V) and select "Unformatted text". This
should ensure that no information about numbering is copied.

Also, you might have turned on line numbering in document (this is something
other than outline numbering). See Tools → Line numbering.

If none of this helps, can you post your document somewhere on the web, so we
can look at it (this list does not allow attachments)?

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