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*Subject*: [mg58850] Re: formatting question
*From*: dh <dh at metrohm.ch>
*Date*: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 03:07:56 -0400 (EDT)
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Hallo Daniele,
you will have to lear about Styles and Counters.
E.g. here is example, where the text you enter by hand is quoted to show
the automatic numbering:
1 "Section 1"
2 "Section 2"
3 "Section 3"
3.1 "Subsection 3.2"
3.2 "Subsection 3.1"
this can be done by:
= Enter Option 1 in a new cell. Set the style of this cell to e.g. Section
= Click at the beginning of the new cell (just before "O") and choose
from the menue "Input/Create Automatic Numbering Object...". Choose
"CounterType" as Section and hit the button O.K. This should give a "1"
before "Option 1.
= Enter Option 2 in a new cell. Set the style of this cell to Section
= Click at the beginning of the new cell (just before "O") and choose
from the menue "Input/Create Automatic Numbering Object...". Choose
"CounterType" as Section and hit the button O.K. This should give a "2"
before "Option 2.
= similar for Option 3
= now the subsections. Enter Option 3.1 in a new cell. Set the style of
this cell to Subsection
== Click at the beginning of the new cell (just before "O") and choose
from the menue "Input/Create Automatic Numbering Object...". Choose
"CounterType" as Section and hit the button O.K. This should give a "3"
before "Option 3.1.
== insert a period after the section humber
== Choose from the menue "Input/Create Automatic Numbering Object...".
Choose "CounterType" as Subsection and hit the button O.K. This should
give a "1" after the section number
== similar for the rest
sincerely, Daniel
Daniele Lupo wrote:
> Hi to all.
>
> I'd like to write items when I write text. I want to write something like:
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Now we must have four options:
>
> 1) Option 1
> 2) Option 2
> 3) Option 3
> - Option 3.1
> - Option 3.2
> 4) Option 4
>
> ------------------------------
>
>
> How can I itemize automatically my text, creating the list, enumerated or
> not (like I do in Word, for example, or in LaTeX), without enter any
> spaces?
> I can't find any command to do this... But I think that it can be done,
> because I know that in Publicon it's possible.
>
> Thanks for answers
>
> Daniele
>
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