Customizing numbering styles in Word 2007...

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Greg

Hi,

I created a custom numbering style using the following definitions:

Font: Minion, 11 pt, Italic, Centered, Line spacing: Exactly 12 pt,
Space After: 12 pt, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: One, Two,
Three … + Start at: 2007 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0" + Indent
at: 0", Style: Quick Style, Based on: Normal, Following style: Normal

When this style is applied to a paragraph, I get the following
results:

"in the year Two thousand seven"

Is there a way to change the above so that it will read:

"in the year two thousand and seven"

I want to change the capital "T" in the word Two to a lower case "t"
and add the word "and" before seven.

Thanks in advance for your reply.

-Greg
 
D

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

As posted in the forums, I believe that you are going to have to use a {
SEQ } field with the cardtext and lower switches.
 
S

Stefan Blom

If this is a cross-reference, you can add the \* lower switch to the end of the
REF (cross-reference) field.

To show/hide field codes, use Alt+F9. To update fields in the selection, press
F9.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP
(Message posted via news.eternal-september.org)



Hi,

I created a custom numbering style using the following definitions:

Font: Minion, 11 pt, Italic, Centered, Line spacing: Exactly 12 pt,
Space After: 12 pt, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: One, Two,
Three … + Start at: 2007 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0" + Indent
at: 0", Style: Quick Style, Based on: Normal, Following style: Normal

When this style is applied to a paragraph, I get the following
results:

"in the year Two thousand seven"

Is there a way to change the above so that it will read:

"in the year two thousand and seven"

I want to change the capital "T" in the word Two to a lower case "t"
and add the word "and" before seven.

Thanks in advance for your reply.

-Greg
 

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