Have you tried MIFfing the file and study the part there after 7.3?
Maybe you could find something in there.

But this is why I am in favor of nested numbering, like:
<$volnum><$chapnum>< >< ><r+>, etc. (note the space between the brackets).

Say you have a five level numbering, starting with the volume number,
you can reset all counters at the volume level (the volume heading
paragraph tag) -- except the chapter number:
<$volnum>< =0>< =0>< =0>, that is if you expect any numbering (e.g.
numbered lists) before the chapter number (highly unlikely).

In the chapter heading you also reset the counters:
<$chapnum>< =0>< =0>< =0>

You would then for e.g. a first level list set the numbering to:
<A+>< =0>< =0> (resetting the second and third level list counters)
For the second level:
< ><n+>< =0> (resetting the third level list counter)
for the third level:
< >< ><r+>.

Now let's say that you want to change from your S: counter to this
system. The order is not necessarily dependent on the level (unless
you are using the full numbering system in the levels beneath the
SecID), but I suggest that the SecID would be the first counter after
the <$chapnum>.
But want in to add it to the nested system without going to all the
list numbering level tags. Then you just add the fourth counter and
always leave the others empty when you use it. It could look like this
in order to get the 7.1, 7.2, etc.:
<$chapnum>< >< >< ><n+>.
If this is a thrid level item, the only thing you would have to do in
order to get this to renumber is to add the fourth counter to the
volume and chapter level tags:
<$volnum>< =0>< =0>< =0>< =0>
<$chapnum>< =0>< =0>< =0>< =0>.

Of course it woud be a better procedure to set it to a "proper" level
and do the necessary changes in the other levels, but this would work.

Clear as mud?

Bodvar


On 5/23/06, Tammy.VanBoening at jeppesen.com <Tammy.VanBoening at jeppesen.com> 
wrote:
> 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.
>
> TVB
>
> Tammy Van Boening
> Senior Technical Writer
> Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc.
> 303-328-4420
> tammy.vanboening at jeppesen.com
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>
>
> "Harro de Jong" <hdjong at triview.nl>
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> To
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> cc
>
> Subject
> RE: numbering conundrum
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Tammy.VanBoening at jeppesen.com 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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