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Headings in Word

To whom it may concern,

In the attached exampe, I am trying to get Header 3 in sync with Headers 1 and 2. For example, I needed Header 1 to read "1. Header 1," Header 2 to read "1.1 Header 2," and Header 3 to read "1.1.1 Header 3." How do I accomplish this?

Many thanks in advance,

-Maroulator
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Ken ButtersCommented:
Select each item individually by placing your cursor a the beginning of the text between the bulleted number and the text.

Then select the correct multi-tiered number scheme... in this case you want to select
1. ----
     1.1 -----
             1.1.1 ------

After you do that go back to Item 2 and hit the tab key to move the number to the 2nd "level".

then select item 3 and hit the tab key twice twice to move it to the 3rd level

Attached is example after performing above steps.
Example.docx
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nick2253Commented:
This website is a great step-by-step to how to use multilevel numbered headings.  I recommend a read through:

http://wordknowhow.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/how-to-use-multilevel-numbered-headings-in-the-word/
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