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Why is my numbering not continuing in word?

Why is my numbering not continuing in word?

Continuing or Restarting Numbered lists Look at the second section of words, starting with “Brouhaha.” It is clear that this list should not be starting over; it should be a continuation of the previous list. This is a simple fix. Right click on top of the number 1 next to the word Brouhaha.

How do I continue a numbered list in word?

Right-click the numbered list. Click Set Numbering Value. Click to select the Continue From Previous List button and then click OK.

How do I continue a multilevel list in word?

Applying Multilevel List Numbering to Existing Text

  1. Select the text you want to apply outline numbering to. EXAMPLE: Select the text of the test questions and answers.
  2. From the Home command tab, in the Paragraph group, click MULTILEVEL LIST.
  3. Select the desired outline option.
  4. Continue with Demoting Text.

Why is my multilevel list not working?

Click on the office button->word options->proofing->auto correct options->auto format as you type and select the check box “set left and first indents with tabs and back spaces” under automatically as you type section at the bottom.

How do I fix wrong numbering in Word?

Change the numbering in a numbered list

  1. Double-click the numbers in the list. The text won’t appear selected.
  2. Right-click the number you want to change.
  3. Click Set Numbering Value.
  4. In the Set value to: box, use the arrows to change the value to the number you want.

How do I stop the Continue Numbering in Word?

Turn on or off automatic bullets or numbering

  1. Go to File > Options > Proofing.
  2. Select AutoCorrect Options, and then select the AutoFormat As You Type tab.
  3. Select or clear Automatic bulleted lists or Automatic numbered lists.
  4. Select OK.

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