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Re: formatting question

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  • Subject: [mg58898] Re: formatting question
  • From: Daniele Lupo <danwolf_no_spam_please_ at libero.it>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 05:32:05 -0400 (EDT)
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Thanks a lot. I'll try it

Daniele

Il Thu, 21 Jul 2005 07:15:21 +0000 (UTC), dh ha scritto:

> 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
> 


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