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Peyton Todd
 
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Default Creating a New Heading

Hello. I'm trying to create headings for my document since I'm not happy with
the built-in headings. Heading No. 1 is okay, but Heading No. 2 is not
different enough from Heading 1. Heading 3 would work, but there are two
problems with that:

1. I would prefer that it not be indented so far from Heading 1 on the
document map, so how do I upgrade its level to be level 2?
2. Much more important: How do I get rid of the numbers which appear beside
it? I don't want 'em.

Also, I would like to have my own heading name so I still have the default
headings available. And I would like my new heading to be a choice available
in all my future documents without having to go through this drill again each
time.

Thanks for your help!

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