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Sure, it's all about setting the hierarchy of your outline in the Tools/Outline Numbering dialog. There are 10 levels of outline. Just set the top level to your section numbering, select the numbering format you want and, if you want to associate it with a Paragraph Style (which I do), do that as well.

It's harder for me to explain than it is to do, but I think if you play with it (with some patience) you'll get the hang of it.


-----Original Message----- From: e-letter
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2012 9:39 AM
To: VA
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] apply numbering to headings styles

On 19/11/2012, VA <> wrote:
In response to Tanstaafl and Regina,

What I have done is create a bunch of paragraph styles called
"Outline-1," "Outline-2," "Outline-3," etc. In terms of Style-controlled
formatting, each of these styles is identical -- single spaced with 12
point vertical space before each paragraph. Then, in the Tools/Outline
Numbering dialog, I associate each outline style with a different
outline level. Then within each particular level, I set the formatting
parameters I want with proper numbering and paragraph indenting.

Why do you need own paragraph styles for that? The predefined styles
"Heading 1" etc. work as well. You can adapt them easily to your own needs.

Is it possible to set the counter for enumerated headings by sections?
For example

[section 1]

heading 1
subheading 1.1

heading 2
subheading 2.1
subsubheading 2.2.1

heading 3

[section 2]

heading 1

heading 2



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