[access-uk] Re: Controlling auto-features in Word

could I suggest you try alt o from within word,  and from bullets and 
numbering take the appropriate one and cursor around to none.
It can be a bit of a fiddle initially, but it does work and saves a lot of 
problems.
hope that works

Kind Regards
David Dick
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Marie BAISEZ" <marie.baisez@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2007 7:32 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Controlling auto-features in Word


I am writing instructions for  something and, of course, I want to separate
the different steps with numbers and the sub-sections with letters.
Unfortunately, after I've typed 1. or a. at the beginning of a line, Word
writes automatically 2. or b. in the next one when I don't want it to
happen.
I end up having lots of numbers and letters to delete and this gets quite
confusing as the instructions are a bit complicated. How do I turn off the
automatic numbering please? I've looked in auto-format, thought I unchecked
the relevant item but it hasn't made any difference.
Incidentally, would love to be able to turn off date auto-complete as well.
Thanks to all for any advice.
Good week-end to everyone.

Marie


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