How to Create a Multilevel List / Numbering Scheme in Word 2010





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Published on Jun 7, 2011

How to create a Multilevel List numbering scheme in Word 2010
In addition to the default Microsoft 9 levels of "Heading 1" through "Heading 9" one can create a custom numbering scheme. There's precious little documentation about how to create a numbering scheme where each level properly cascades its attributes to the level below, thus assuring consistency of font in the text and in the numbering scheme itself.

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Thanks are due from me to the good folks at Microsystems for their help and excellent tools (microsystems.com).


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