Numbering on headings is achieved by setting a numbering scheme to paragraph styles used as headings. The outline level assigned to the paragraph style expresses the place of a heading in your document structure. A numbering scheme can be set for each outline level.
By default, LibreOffice assigns the predefined “Heading [1–10]” paragraph styles to the corresponding outline levels (1–10) in the dialog. You can use the dialog to assign a different paragraph style to an outline level. Only one paragraph style can be assigned to each outline level.
Saves or loads a numbering format for headings. Saved numbering formats are available to load into other text documents.
Thebutton is only available for heading numbering. Use List styles to save formatting for ordered or unordered lists.
Select a predefined numbering format. Initially the “Untitled [1–9]” formats are empty. You can save your settings as a numbering format using . Saved formats appear in the menu with the name you entered.
Opens a dialog where you can save the current numbering and position settings for all levels as a numbering format. Saved numbering formats are available to load into other documents.