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  1. Unregistered

    Question Proper Outlines

    I am writing a procedure that uses number formatting. Here is the formatting I have a question about...

    6.1 XXXXX
    6.1.1. XXXX
    6.1.1. XXXX
    6.1.2. XXXX

    6.2 XXXXX

    Question: Do I have to have a 6.1.2 in order to have a 6.1.1? In other words, if I do not have two at least two sections for each subset, do I have to use bullets?


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    Re: Proper Outlines

    You do not, I think, need to have two subsets in order to have one. Also, you should not have two subsets named 6.1.1. That would cause confusion.


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