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Default Bad TOC numbering with suppressed Style-driven Heading numbering

I'm having trouble with Style-driven TOC and Heading 1 numbering. Page
numbering includes x'ref'd Heading number, e.g., Heading #-Pg #.

Using Word's Heading 1, customized to add "Chapter #," if I delete the
automated "Chapter #" from the first instance of the Heading 1 style (Exec
Summary), then the TOC displays thusly:

Chapter 1 ---- Page 2-# (NOT 1-1 as it should)
Chapter 2 ---- Page 2-#

However, if I allow the "Chapter #" numbering to stand, then the numbering
is correct.

I have found nothing unusual when using the View/Hide feature.

I tried leaving the "Chapter 1" numbering in front of the Executive Summary
and changing its font color to white, but that makes all subsequent Heading 1
chapter numbers disappear as well.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Thanks,

-Hans
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Eh, forget it. Looks like the style-driven numbering must exist for it to
work in the TOC...

"Hans" wrote:

I'm having trouble with Style-driven TOC and Heading 1 numbering. Page
numbering includes x'ref'd Heading number, e.g., Heading #-Pg #.

Using Word's Heading 1, customized to add "Chapter #," if I delete the
automated "Chapter #" from the first instance of the Heading 1 style (Exec
Summary), then the TOC displays thusly:

Chapter 1 ---- Page 2-# (NOT 1-1 as it should)
Chapter 2 ---- Page 2-#

However, if I allow the "Chapter #" numbering to stand, then the numbering
is correct.

I have found nothing unusual when using the View/Hide feature.

I tried leaving the "Chapter 1" numbering in front of the Executive Summary
and changing its font color to white, but that makes all subsequent Heading 1
chapter numbers disappear as well.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Thanks,

-Hans

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Default Bad TOC numbering with suppressed Style-driven Heading numbering

Well, you can certainly restart page numbering without including
chapter numbering with your page numbers. You do this with section
breaks; see
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/formatting...rontMatter.htm (and
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/numbering/PageNumbering.htm).

But, yes, chapter/page numbering does depend on outline numbering; see
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/numbering/ChapterNumber.htm. (Alternatively,
you can use SEQ fields, but the principle is the same: numbering is
present in the document text.)

--
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Microsoft Word MVP


"Hans" wrote in message
...
Eh, forget it. Looks like the style-driven numbering must exist for

it to
work in the TOC...

"Hans" wrote:

I'm having trouble with Style-driven TOC and Heading 1 numbering.

Page
numbering includes x'ref'd Heading number, e.g., Heading #-Pg

#.

Using Word's Heading 1, customized to add "Chapter #," if I delete

the
automated "Chapter #" from the first instance of the Heading 1

style (Exec
Summary), then the TOC displays thusly:

Chapter 1 ---- Page 2-# (NOT 1-1 as it should)
Chapter 2 ---- Page 2-#

However, if I allow the "Chapter #" numbering to stand, then the

numbering
is correct.

I have found nothing unusual when using the View/Hide feature.

I tried leaving the "Chapter 1" numbering in front of the

Executive Summary
and changing its font color to white, but that makes all

subsequent Heading 1
chapter numbers disappear as well.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Thanks,

-Hans









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Hi Stefan --

Thanks for the links. I've got mvps.org in my Favorites -- should've checked
them first, I suppose...

I think there's a bug. For kicks, I right-clicked on the automated numbering
"Chapter 1," which, in the TOC had been incorrectly displaying page *2*-#,
not 1-#. Upon doing so, and with an F9 TOC refresh, the page numbering was
corrected.

-Hans

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Well, you can certainly restart page numbering without including
chapter numbering with your page numbers. You do this with section
breaks; see
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/formatting...rontMatter.htm (and
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/numbering/PageNumbering.htm).

But, yes, chapter/page numbering does depend on outline numbering; see
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/numbering/ChapterNumber.htm. (Alternatively,
you can use SEQ fields, but the principle is the same: numbering is
present in the document text.)

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Hans" wrote in message
...
Eh, forget it. Looks like the style-driven numbering must exist for

it to
work in the TOC...

"Hans" wrote:

I'm having trouble with Style-driven TOC and Heading 1 numbering.

Page
numbering includes x'ref'd Heading number, e.g., Heading #-Pg

#.

Using Word's Heading 1, customized to add "Chapter #," if I delete

the
automated "Chapter #" from the first instance of the Heading 1

style (Exec
Summary), then the TOC displays thusly:

Chapter 1 ---- Page 2-# (NOT 1-1 as it should)
Chapter 2 ---- Page 2-#

However, if I allow the "Chapter #" numbering to stand, then the

numbering
is correct.

I have found nothing unusual when using the View/Hide feature.

I tried leaving the "Chapter 1" numbering in front of the

Executive Summary
and changing its font color to white, but that makes all

subsequent Heading 1
chapter numbers disappear as well.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Thanks,

-Hans










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I'm not sure how/why right-clicking helped, but make sure that outline
numbering has been correctly setup as explained at
http://www.shaunakelly.com/word/numb...Numbering.html.

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"Hans" wrote in message
...
Hi Stefan --

Thanks for the links. I've got mvps.org in my Favorites -- should've

checked
them first, I suppose...

I think there's a bug. For kicks, I right-clicked on the automated

numbering
"Chapter 1," which, in the TOC had been incorrectly displaying page

*2*-#,
not 1-#. Upon doing so, and with an F9 TOC refresh, the page

numbering was
corrected.

-Hans

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Well, you can certainly restart page numbering without including
chapter numbering with your page numbers. You do this with section
breaks; see
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/formatting...rontMatter.htm (and
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/numbering/PageNumbering.htm).

But, yes, chapter/page numbering does depend on outline numbering;

see
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/numbering/ChapterNumber.htm.

(Alternatively,
you can use SEQ fields, but the principle is the same: numbering

is
present in the document text.)

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Hans" wrote in message
...
Eh, forget it. Looks like the style-driven numbering must exist

for
it to
work in the TOC...

"Hans" wrote:

I'm having trouble with Style-driven TOC and Heading 1

numbering.
Page
numbering includes x'ref'd Heading number, e.g., Heading

#-Pg
#.

Using Word's Heading 1, customized to add "Chapter #," if I

delete
the
automated "Chapter #" from the first instance of the Heading 1

style (Exec
Summary), then the TOC displays thusly:

Chapter 1 ---- Page 2-# (NOT 1-1 as it should)
Chapter 2 ---- Page 2-#

However, if I allow the "Chapter #" numbering to stand, then

the
numbering
is correct.

I have found nothing unusual when using the View/Hide feature.

I tried leaving the "Chapter 1" numbering in front of the

Executive Summary
and changing its font color to white, but that makes all

subsequent Heading 1
chapter numbers disappear as well.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Thanks,

-Hans














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