Nope, no overrides (thanks for prompting me to check this) and it's all in 
a single file. I have just back-tracked and cut out everything between the 
"good" Sec 7.3 and the "bad"  Sec 7.1, then inserted a Sec ID tag after 
the good Sec 7.3 and voila, I get a Sec 7.4, so it's something in this 
stretch of documentation, altho' for the life of me, I can't figure it 
out. Anyway, in between the 7.3 and 7.4, I am pasting, one paragraph at a 
time, the cut material and seeing when I get the 7.4 to flip back to 7.1 - 
then I know which paragraph, for whatever reason, is causing me fits. I 
can't think of anything else to do.

Thanks everyone for all of your suggestions. 


Tammy Van Boening
Senior Technical Writer
Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc.
tammy.vanboening at

"Harro de Jong" <hdjong at> 
Sent by: at
05/23/2006 08:19 AM

<Tammy.VanBoening at>, <framers at>

RE: numbering conundrum

Tammy.VanBoening at wrote:

> Good question - I forgot to mention this.  When I insert
> another one after
> the second 7.1 (the incorrect one), I get a 7.2. I have
> turned on all my
> conditions and have looked for any special/weird tag before
> the incorrect
> 7.1 tag and none are present. Also, I don't have any other
> tags that are
> numbered with a series beginning with "s". , If I insert a second
> SecID after the correct 7.1 or 7.2, the numbering is just fine.
> It's only after
> I insert this secID tag after the 7.3 that renumbering
> starts. I am going
> nutso' with this.

Do any SecID tags have overrides? I've had a similar problem once, and
was able to solve it by reapplying the paragraph format. 

This is all in a single file? If multiple files are involved, check the
Numbering properties in the bookfile. 

Harro de Jong

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