I know there has to be an easy answer to this but, for the life of me, I haven't been able to figure it out. I'm running Microsoft Office 2007. I have a template that is set up so that the Heading styles create a Harvard Classic outline style.
However, I can't seem to get Heading 3 to restart after Heading 2 (see screenshot).
How can I set up my template to make sure that a sub-heading always starts out with the number 1?
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This is written from a 'VBA for MS Word' perspective, but I am sure it applies to most other MS Office components where VBA is used.
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