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Continue a numbered list (Roman numerals IV) in numbers (4.1...).

New Here ,
Nov 17, 2022 Nov 17, 2022

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Hello, good afternoon, by any chance does anyone know how I can continue a numbering list from bullets in Roman numerals to numbers. (ID cs6)
Ex:
IV (Tier 1 Style)
4.1 (Tier 2 Style)

So far I can remove the roman style but the list has no parameter to reset.

Currently I only get this:
IV Title 1
IV.1 Title 2
with these configurations

https://prnt.sc/x23YJ1d3DzvG (Title level 1) ^#.^t
https://prnt.sc/Sq8N6Qdhk_hw (Title level 2) ^.1^#.^t

Thanks in advance.

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Community Expert , Nov 17, 2022 Nov 17, 2022

Hi @marcoanmanriquez:

 

I don't think you can do that in InDesign. The Numbering Style Format – which changes the numbering style – only changes the numbering style for that specific level. It retains the formatting from the previous levels. 

 

~Barb

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Hi @marcoanmanriquez:

 

I don't think you can do that in InDesign. The Numbering Style Format – which changes the numbering style – only changes the numbering style for that specific level. It retains the formatting from the previous levels. 

 

~Barb

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Thank Barb! Would you recommend me to only work with numbering 1., 1.1... 2, 2.1...?

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Yes, I think that would make sense, and it is typical for numbering headings. 

 

~Barb

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