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apply Style hierarchy to Numbering automatically

In "Numbering" (lists), I would like an option to apply successively lower Styles, starting at Heading 1, to each successive indented number in the list.

My goal is to generate a Table of Contents (TOC) for this table. The Styles will be automatically updated every time I make an entry in the body of my document (in the normal way that a numbered list automatically inserts the next sub number in the list), and then the automatically applied Styles will show up as entries in the TOC.

Basically, I'm trying to make a document, with successive sections (1, 1.1, 1.1.1...; 2,2.1,2.1.2. etc...) that all get generated automatically and all show up in a TOC.

Maybe there is already another way to do this.

apply Style hierarchy to Numbering automatically

In "Numbering" (lists), I would like an option to apply successively lower Styles, starting at Heading 1, to each successive indented number in the list.

My goal is to generate a Table of Contents (TOC) for this table. The Styles will be automatically updated every time I make an entry in the body of my document (in the normal way that a numbered list automatically inserts the next sub number in the list), and then the automatically applied Styles will show up as entries in the TOC.

Basically, I'm trying to make a document, with successive sections (1, 1.1, 1.1.1...; 2,2.1,2.1.2. etc...) that all get generated automatically and all show up in a TOC.TOC. I don't want to do this manually, and I don't want to have to manually re-style the whole list should I decide to add an entry.

Zooming out, the question is, how do you make a scientific paper in LibreOffice?

Maybe there is already another way to do this.