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Word 2013 - Numbering isn't "continuing from previous " list

Posted on 2015-02-09
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As you can see from the graphic, "continue from Previous list" isn't working.
Why?  And how can I fix this?
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It's pulling the 10 from the "Set Value to".  Try setting that to 6.
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Word Isn't letting me change the number.  
1.  When I click "Set value to" I amd able to enter my desired number.
2.  But when I click continue from previous list, the desired number I just entered is overwritten with WHATEVER the system thinks is correct --but it isn't!
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Are you able to upload the document, or a sample that has the same problem?
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