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Aug 01, 2020

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Set this up, 

 

List Type: Numbers

Format: 1, 2, 3, 4...

Number: [#]^t

Mode: Continue from Previous

 

AND.....

Inserted at the beginning each paragraph  [#] with a tab following and then text, with no numbers. What gives?

 

//Also: is CS6 capable of generating numbere lines, like for pleading paper?

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"My" method is the normal, common method.

Create a paragraph style. Settings like in my first screenshot. Apply this paragraph style to your text.

 

That's all.

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Bullet Number List

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Set this up, 

 

List Type: Numbers

Format: 1, 2, 3, 4...

Number: [#]^t

Mode: Continue from Previous

 

AND.....

Inserted at the beginning each paragraph  [#] with a tab following and then text, with no numbers. What gives?

 

//Also: is CS6 capable of generating numbere lines, like for pleading paper?

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"My" method is the normal, common method.

Create a paragraph style. Settings like in my first screenshot. Apply this paragraph style to your text.

 

That's all.

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Okay, this "fun" one is resolved.  First, the chapter option needed to be selected from the solid right arrow to the right of the "Number:" That produced the running numbers in the document, however there were many before.  Then, another numbered list was established for another paragraph style, so, each was assigned a new name and the issue cleared up.  Only question now is how to place some zeroes prior to the number, say one or two, such as:

 

[010

or ideally

[001]

 

So that when the count gets into the tens and hundreds its look like:

 

[10]

or

[100].

 

Possible?

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Sorry if I misunderstand.

Do you mean something like that?

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bulletList_000_02.png

 

 

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Yes, like that.. So what is your method?

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"My" method is the normal, common method.

Create a paragraph style. Settings like in my first screenshot. Apply this paragraph style to your text.

 

That's all.

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