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    Heading Styles Problem (Word 2000 SP3 - Windows XP)

    I am setting up a report that has three levels of headings. The first two I have no trouble with. For the third level, we want to have the heading, followed by a dash, followed by the text. Example:

    1.2.1 Modifications - TEXT

    Is there any way that Word can handle that type of thing so that I could generate a table of contents with the heading style, but still have the paragraphs formatted to match the body text?

    Thanks for your help.

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    Re: Heading Styles Problem (Word 2000 SP3 - Windows XP)

    This document was created by putting the " - Text" on a new line, after the Heading 3 and formatted as normal text. Then selecting the paragraph mark at the end of the heading 3 and formatting it as hidden text. If you turn on viewing of hidden text you will see this more clearly.

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    Re: Heading Styles Problem (Word 2000 SP3 - Windows XP)

    Thank you so much, StuartR! Your solution works perfectly!! <img src=/S/cheers.gif border=0 alt=cheers width=30 height=16>

    Caniac

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    Re: Heading Styles Problem (Word 2000 SP3 - Windows XP)

    You're welcome, but the thanks should really go to <!profile=Phil Rabichow>Phil Rabichow<!/profile> who described this solution in <post#=284329>post 284329</post#>. I just happened to remember it.

    StuartR

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