I have spent 3 hours on this searching the web and reading help.
I want the following headings layout
I attempted to ammend Headings 3 and 4 from the default as shown above, but for some reason changing their numbering/lettering also changed their level and starting point which therefore left me with A, B, etc increment in the scope of the document rather than the scope of the previous level heading.
Now some how everything is screwed up and now after 4. MyHeading when I set the next heading I get 1.1 MySubheading (not 4.1). I think this has something to do with my having started one or more newly created multilevel lists at different points in the document in an attempt to solve the problem with the earlier action.
The thing is, I can turn on control characters like carriage return and spaces and tabs etc, but I can't seem to do this to properly see where these changes of list are and somehow delete them.
I have a good software engineering degree, but some how this aspect of Word is a complete mystery to me and has got me flumouxed. Is it me or is it really very user unfriendly?
Can some one help me to reset my document so there are no headings/styles/whateverelse, then allow me to create the 'ability' to set the following headings in the document (without actually doing anything to the document or screwing it up in the mean time).
Heading 1 - like this - 1
Heading 2 - like this - 1.1 (start and order within the scope of the heading above)
Heading 3 - like this - A. (start and order within the scope of the heading above)
Heading 4 - like this - i) (start and order within the scope of the heading above)
Any help or advice greatly appreciated.