I am making a document and writing the body. I have many headings like:
1 Introduction (applied heading1 style)
2 Basics (applied heading1 style)
3 Experimentation (applied heading1 style)
1 setup (applied heading2 style)
2 results (applied heading2 style)
3 graphs (applied heading2 style)
4 interpretation (applied heading2 style)
4 Conclusion (applied heading1 style)
At Experimentation, I start an inner list of 4 items. and then I continue with next item in outer list, Next item is Conclusion. I want Conclusion to be numbered 4, but by default it continues from inner list of Experimentation and takes the number 5. I can manually change it to 4 by right clicking on it and "set numbering value" to 4. But problem with this is that, if I insert an item between Basics and Experimentation, then in continuation, I would like Conclusion to be numbered as 5, but since earlier I had hard-coded the Conclusion number as 4, it remains the same. How to do it, so that number is Conclusion gets auto-adjusted.
Is there any other way to solve the mentioned problem? Perhaps word could detect which list numbering I want to continue based on style which I have applied on the text or something totally different solution..