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I hate numbering these stupid things

I have a word document (a functional specification) with a bunch of tables and in these tables every row is a requirement. The tables are often separated by blocks of text (business logic, calculations, screen shots, data modle, etc). Each requirement needs to be numbered. I want every row in every table to be numbered in increments of 10, the numbering continuing from table to table. I don't want to have to do this manually. [more inside]
posted by PuppetMcSockerson on Jan 4, 2013 - 3 answers

Help me number my diss

In Microsoft Word (2008 for Mac), how do I get the first page number of each section to be centered at the bottom, and the subsequent page numbers to be in the top right-hand corner? [more inside]
posted by Beardman on Jul 12, 2011 - 7 answers

Page numbers in Word 2007. AAARRRGGG!!!!

Page numbers in Word 2007. AAARRRGGG!!!! [more inside]
posted by goethean on Feb 24, 2010 - 16 answers

aarrrggghhh! ms word help, please?

sigh. using ms word 2003, sp3, and am trying to figure out how--or if it's even possible--to number all the paragraphs in the document. this is for a multi-reviewer document that has 1,745 paragraphs. [more inside]
posted by msconduct on Apr 13, 2009 - 5 answers

Searching through Automatic Numbering in Word '02

In Microsoft Word (I'm using Word 2002), automatic numbering is when the application numbers items, not you. I've run into a problem with navigating these items. If I am in, say, a 900-item document that's been manually numbered, I can use 'Find' to locate item no. 475. Is there a way to conduct such a search when automatic numbering is in effect, aside from paging through the document?
posted by WCityMike on Jun 8, 2007 - 16 answers

Numbered labels in Word?

I'm having some trouble creating labels in Word for Macintosh 2004. I'm working on a project now that requires that I print a number of labels (8 1/2 by 11 sheets of these guys, Avery labels, printed out on your standard inkjet printer), numbered one-by-one in sequential order, 1, 2, 3, and so on (about a thousand or so of these, each number contained in one label). [more inside]
posted by ethel on Jan 9, 2007 - 2 answers

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