Getting absolute heading styles ("1", "1.1", "1.1.1", "", ...)

Can anyone point me to a tutorial on getting MS Word styles to display headers like this:

[Note: I don't want any of them indented.]

There's a defaulting setting, but it only shows them levels deep.

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It's actually very easy, check the annex, to see if it is what you need.
In Word 2007 on Home tab, Paragraph section you can find Mulitlevel list button. In List Library exist  one with numbering as you described. List uses styles  Heading1, Heading2 etc.  
If you want to use different styles than Heading1, Heading2 etc in your multilevel list you can  create new multilevel list  and add it to gallery.

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LeprechaunAuthor Commented:
God that was simple. Thanks.
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