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On 09/27/2015 06:42 AM, wrote:
I think skipping outline numbering levels, in this case from level 1 (Heading 1) to level 6 (Outline 1) implicitly inserts the intermediate levels for numbering purposes. It's more obvious with styles which show all the numbering levels. e.g. if you were to insert a Heading 5 after the Heading 1, it is numbered, as if there were a 2.1, 2.1.1 and in between. Thus the next Heading 2 inserted is 2.2:
  1. Heading 1 Heading 5 Heading 5
  2. Heading 1 Heading 5
  2.2 Heading 2


Thanks. That makes sense. So my problem was trying to combine heading and outline styles in a single series of 10 outline levels. My outline styles essentially became subordinate heading styles.


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