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2016-10-24 04:06:52 +0200 코멘트달린 답변 Change sub-level numbering to different number style

Regina: Oftentimes in American legal contracts, the main headers (e.g. Articles) utilize roman numeral with sub-headers (e.g. sections) utilizing Arabic numerals.

Example Article I -- Preamble

1.1 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.... 1.2 Id pro idque tincidunt liberavisse....

Article II -- Sale and Purchase of Shares 2.1 Vis te democritum cotidieque......

In fact, the US Constitution itself follows this format (in part: the leading number is omitted per section)

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2016-04-14 17:39:40 +0200 질문에 답변하였습니다 Mixed formatting for heading levels?

Are there any lawyers who use LibreOffice Writer for this purpose? Surely someone has figured out how to create this behavior.

2016-04-12 07:54:41 +0200 받은 배지  학생 (source)
2016-04-12 04:31:34 +0200 질문하였습니다 Mixed formatting for heading levels?

Can Writer's numbered list be customize with the following behavior:

HEADING 1: Preface it with 'Article' Roman Numeral

Heading 2: Preface it with the /arabic-equivalent/ of the HEADING 1

Heading 3: Preface with the /arabic-equivalent/ of HEADING 1-2

Heading 4: restart number based on a different format

So it would appear like this: Article I Section 1.1(tab) Subsection 1.1(a) Subsection 1.1(b) Section 1.2 Subsection 1.2(a) Subsection 1.2(b)

Article II Section 2.1...

Is this possible? Thus far I can do the above but always formats to: Article I Section I.1...

Edit: Are there any lawyers who use LibreOffice Writer for this purpose? Surely someone has figured out how to create this behavior.