Listers: Unstructured Frame 7.2 on XP V2002 SP2: I've got 400 files in the book. I cannot get a "work package number" autonumber to work properly in the files at the beginning of the book. "P:000<n+>" just returns "0001". I've gone into the document menu on both the book and individual files and set the "Page" numbering feature to "Continue." Updated book numerous times. Re-imported formats. When I add a hard number to the autonumber in an individual file, it immediately responds with the correct value on the page, so apparently the tag and function are working properly.
- What will fix these random "bad" autonumbers? - If I "hardwire" the bad autonumber (change it from "P:000<n+>" to "P:0008", for example) with the following <n+> numbers pick up normally ("P:0009", etc., in this example)? This is crazy. It is just an autonumber. I've been using FM for 13 years and I know it is not suppose to be this hard to troubleshoot an autonumber problem. Except for digesting 400 files in the book, it should work like a champ, but it is not. What stupid thing am I doing wrong? TIA, Randall C. Reed Senior Technical Writer Force Protection Industries, Inc. This material contains confidential and proprietary information of Force Protection, Inc. and its subsidiaries. Copying this material or disclosing such information to others without the Company's prior consent is prohibited. This material may also contain technical data relating to a "Defense Article" within the meaning of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (22 CFR Part 120). The transfer or disclosure of this information to any non-U.S. person or company without any required export license approved by the United States Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls may be prohibited under federal law. Force Protection Industries, Inc.