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How to customize Microsoft Office dotted decimal outline format

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Hi,

I currently use outlines in Microsoft Office and I use the dotted-decimal outline mostly.

I wanted to know if there's a way to customize that format, such that for let's say Heading 3, instead of the outline number being:

1.2.3.4

..the format would be:

1.2.3.[4]

Essentially, I want to add square brackets around the level4 outline number. I only want it for this level, so outline level5 would look like:

1.2.3.[4].5

Any idears on how to do this? I'm using MS office 2007.
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