Hi Steve,

There is an excellent document on autonumbering at the FrameUsers.com.
You will find it under the Website Subsections Downloads.

Happy rest of Christmas (in Iceland we have 13 days of Christmas!).
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On 12/19/05, Steve Rickaby <srickaby at wordmongers.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> At 9:17 am +1100 19/12/05, hedley.finger at myob.com wrote:
> >With this scheme, you don't need numbering flows, e.g.
> >              Chaps     Whatever  Sects  Figs   Tables  Eqns   Steps
> >Substeps
> >     Chapter\ <$chapnum>< >       < =0>  < =0>  < =0>   < =0>  < =0>  <
> >=0>
> >
> >See the section "Using counters in autonumber formats" in the "Text
> >formatting" chapter of the User Guide.
> Yup, I'm now well-educated on complex numbering formats. In fact, I used to 
> know all this from pre version 5 days (honest), but I'd archived the 
> knowledge since the advent of simpler schemes based on $chapnum and named 
> threads. I rarely use multi-level numbering.
> Thanks to your and Roger Shuttleworth's help, I am now well re-educated and 
> have numbering working exactly as I want. Roger was particularly patient with 
> me as I floundered my way through sorting the problems out, even to the point 
> of telling him firmly that it did not work when it did.
> This subject needs better explanation than it gets in the user guide. One 
> thing that is specifically counter-intuitive and needs to be spelled out very 
> firmly is that fact that separate numbering fields within a thread do not 
> necessarily map to separate level counters in a multi-level numbering scheme, 
> which is what one might intuitively expect.
> My thanks to all.
> --
> Steve

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