Re: Style tool
From: Suzanne S. Barnhill (sbarnhill_at_mvps.org)
Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 19:24:42 -0600
Also, if you apply a heading style to a selected part of a paragraph, Word
will install a style separator itself. It applies the heading style more or
less as a character style but with the difference that the style does show
up in the TOC. With autonumbering YMMV.
-- Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA Word MVP FAQ site: http://www.word.mvps.org Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit. "tjtjjtjt" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:BBEFEF64-9DC8-4264-839C-4B9D3BE1CFFF@microsoft.com... > It's called the Style Separator. You can find it buried in the Customize Dialogue box under All Commands. It will be listed as Insert Style Separator. > You can get a little background info here: > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=http://support.microsoft.com: 80/support/kb/articles/q285/0/59.asp&NoWebContent=1 > > You can find an article about it here as well: > http://www.payneconsulting.com/public/Documents/Word%202002%20Style%20Separa tor%20A%20Hidden%20Treasure.pdf > > tj > > > > ----- Dudley Wright wrote: ----- > > When doing Legal style numbering, we use styles to accomplish a > numbering scheme > Article One: (text follows) > Section One: (text follows) > Section Two: (text follows) > Article Two: (text follows) > etc > > The Article/Section numbering we accomplish using Heading styles that > easily allow a TOC to be created. Article/Sections are on the same > line as the text that follows. This has been accomplished by hiding > the paragraph mark. > > After that overlong preface, here is the question: I understand there > is a tool in Word 2002 that will accomplish this without the necessity > of hiding the paragraph mark. What is it called, Where can I find it, > and How is it used? > > My thanks > Dudley >