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On Office 365, seems you need to do it slightly differently to the above answers. You need to add a custom property to the document, and then access it indirectly via a "DocProperty" field. To make the custom property Click File > Info. Click the drop-down triangle next to Properties on the right. Click Advanced Properties. Click Custom tab. At Name: type ...


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It might be a setting - check your options / formatting regarding those section breaks. You can have section breaks with page break or without one, or you can have it set to 'always start on the right side' (meaning it inserts an extra blank page so the next section starts on the right side = odd page number, like in a book).


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Here's an easier fix. This still happens in Word 2013, so this may also work for Word 2007. Instead of clicking the numbered list button, click the down arrow to bring up the menu and select the format you want. This will cause the Normal style to be numbered, instead of converting it to a heading.


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I would suggest that you use a broad-less table with two columns and and two rows, then you can past your pictures on the two columns of the first row, and then add the corresponding captions on the next row, bellow each of the figure.



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