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Continue list numbers across heading

asked 2016-11-12 18:15:17 +0200

richardl gravatar image

Hello,

I'm trying to keep my numbering consistent throughout a document. When I put in a Heading, I no longer get the option to "Continue previous numbering."

Here's what I want:

Heading 1

  1. Example 1
  2. Example 2

Heading 1

  1. Example 3

Heading 1

  1. Example 4

Here's what I get:

Heading 1

  1. Example 1
  2. Example 2

Heading 1

  1. Example 3

Heading 1

  1. Example 4

I managed to fix it via workaround by removing Headings, because then the option to Continue Previous Numbering reappeared. Then I put the Headings back in and numbering stayed intact.

Is there a way to change the Heading or Numbering format in order to allow continuous lists across Headings?

Thank you.

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answered 2016-11-13 08:14:15 +0200

pierre-yves samyn gravatar image

Hi

Sorry but I do net see differences between what you want and what you get (probably a typing error).

I understand that you want a continuous numbering of titles level 2. If this is the case, the solution is:

  • Set ToolsOutline NumberingNumbering tab▸Level 2Number to None
  • Update Heading 2 (paragraph style)▸Outline & Numbering tab:
    • Outline level: Level 2 (include this style in TOC)
    • Numbering style: Numbering 1

See ContinuousNumbering.odt

If this is not what you want, please give more details.

Regards

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answered 2016-11-13 08:15:16 +0200

ajlittoz gravatar image

I can't reproduce your problem (and also you probably made a mistake when describing it because both cases are identical above). If I understand correctly, you want:

1. Heading 1
    1-Example 1
    2-Example 2
2. Heading 1
    3-Example 3
3. Heading 1
    4-Example 4

If your 'example' paragraphs are styled Numbering 1 and not Heading x, this is exactly what you get. Remember that Numbering 1 must be modified so that paragraphs are effectively numbered. You do this with a right-click on the style name in the style panel, then Modify.... Go to the Outline & Numbering tab and set the Numbering style: to Numbering 1 with the drop-down menu.

Restarting the example list number to 1 requires an explicit action: right-click on the paragraph where you want to reset numbering and choose Restart numbering.

If this correctly addresses your question, please tick the check mark at left and eventually close the question for community benefit. If you consider it valuable, upvote the answer, karma permitting.

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