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        richardbarrett
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        I’m using a numbering scheme where level 1 is ARTICLE followed by Roman numeral, e.g. ARTICLE I.

        When I cross-reference, I would like the reference to appear as Article I. If I’m cross-referencing ARTICLE VII, I want the result to be Article VII. But if I add a switch for First Cap, my result is Article Vii. That makes sense, but it’s not what I want.

        Can anyone suggest how I format the code to give me the result I want? Thank you.

         

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        richardbarrett
        AskWoody Lounger

        I resolved this: I typed Article (instead of ARTICLE) and set the font attribute to all caps. That gave me all caps for level one. When I add level one as a cross-ref, the text is initial cap (Article). Easy enough.

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        Without Vii? (That was the only bit that was wrong before.)

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        richardbarrett
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        Vii resulted only when I used the First Cap switch. No switch necessary now.

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