On 2015-10-21 11:01, Bruce Byfield wrote:
On Wednesday 21 October 2015 10:40:13 AM Steve Edmonds wrote:
On 2015-10-21 09:49, Bruce Byfield wrote:
Not completely correct I think. Cross references has selections from
Headings (includes headings not in Outline numbering) and numbered
paragraphs (includes paragraphs not in outline numbering).
I agree with the navigator and table of contents.
Try this experiment:
In Outline number, replace Heading 1 with Text Body. Then go to cross-
references, and select Headings. The instances of Heading 1 styles no longer
What I am not sure of
is the inter-reaction of the position and spacing or number and
character style settings in Outline Numbering and those in paragraph and
numbered list settings.
That's why it's best to use just Outline Numbering, or just paragraph and
After a bit of experimenting I discovered a couple of things.
If you highlight some text and in styles go new style from selection, it
changes the selection to the new style (note to self).
Styles with inheritance traceable to a style included in outline
numbering show in insert reference.
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