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Auto Number: Starting List at Number Greater than 1

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    Auto Number: Starting List at Number Greater than 1

    Is there a way for Word to recognize a list that begins at a number larger than 1? If I begin a list with the number 1 Word will automatically indent and begin the list, and properly start the next number in the sequence once I hit enter. However, if I start at a number greater than 1 Word will not recognize this, even if I highlight the list I am trying to create and apply numbering from the paragraph menu. I am using word 2010, please see the image below for a clear illustrate

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    Re: Auto Number: Starting List at Number Greater than 1

    You mean like the attached? Simply choose Format|Bullets & Numbering, choose a format, then Customize > Start At and input the starting #.
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