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    Reference Paragraph Number in TOC & TOA (Word 2002)

    I need to prepare a brief which utilizes continuous paragraph numbering versus the traditional legal numbering. I have defined my styles and that part is working correctly. What I am not able to figure out it how to reference the paragraph number in the table of contents and table of authorities instead of the page numbers.

    I would really appreciate some help with this.


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    Re: Reference Paragraph Number in TOC & TOA (Word

    Hi Missy:
    I'm not sure that I can help. The TOA has two switches:
    s which defines a sequence identifier, so that you use SEQ fields to number your paragraphs. However, the page numbers still show up, along with the SEQ numbers. The d switch defines the separator between the SEQ number & page number.

    The TOC has these switches, also. The TOC also has an n switch that will generate a TOC without page numbers. However, it won't let you use a paragraph number in place of a page number.

    On the other hand, if you use SEQ numbers to number your paragraphs & just want to list the number in front of the heading, you could generate a TOC using something like

    {TOC n s Identifier}

    where identifier is the name of your sequence field.

    I hope this gives you some ideas.

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