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I'm typesetting a booklet that uses a Paragraph Style for a "numbered" list (I'm using A,B,C,D ...). Its probably a simple fix but I can't figure out how once I'm done with one list and move on to the next one later on, to have the numbering automatically restart there, i.e. with A instead of the list continuing the numbering from the previous list. The Mode option under Numbering Style doesn't include this kind of option – I tried the Start At option but this is what I get:

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I don't see anywhere else to make this happen automatically. Right now I'm just using "Convert Bullets and Numbering to Text" option under Type → Bulleted and Numbered Lists in order to restart the lists. Again I'm sure this has been done a million times I just don't know how it's done.

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    I tried very hard to understand your request, but I still don't get it. When exactly do you want that your paragraph restarts at "A"? After a certain paragraph style (title, list or whatever)? In that case, you just need to create a multilevel list. Please be more specific, using screenshot of what you want to achieve at the very end. – Vinny May 18 '17 at 8:17
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Place the cursor on the first paragraph of your second list, go to 'Bullets & Numbering' and change the mode from 'Continue from previous number' to 'Start At' and type '1' in the next box.

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  • I did try that – in the edited post I put a screenshot of what I get when I try that, i.e. the same list item repeating. – Alex Monterville May 15 '17 at 18:31
  • That apparently happens if you select all the paragraphs. Try just placing the cursor inside the first paragraph with no selection. – Lucian May 15 '17 at 18:53

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