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    holo man
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    2 "auto-numbers" in 1st list heading?



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    I desire the list to seem like this:

    1.00 - Component 1
    1.01
    1.02
    A
    B
    2.00 - Component 2
    2.01

    Is there some way that I could have mutually the 1.00 and the Part 1 be routinely numbered?

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    Yes, but if you're just going to post questions and ignore replies there seems little point in making any more replies.

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    Funny... I could have sworn that I removed the links from you signature, hol man, and told you that I did it because I didn't think it was cool to have a link farm to your dead site. I see the links are back, still with no content, and you're wasting the time of our experts. Sorry, but I don't think I have any alternative but to ban you from the site...
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