Essentially I’m hoping to find a formula that would return the current date as a month in decimal form. So if it’s October 15th, the number returned would be 10.48. September 10th would come back as 9.33.
I’m looking for this because I’m hoping to have the year’s current sales presented as a monthly average without only dealing with completed months. If you have another way to do that, I’d love to hear it.
I have a document with several headings and subheadings that shall be numbered. The numbering style is supposed to be as follows:
1. Heading [paragraph] 1.1 Subheading [paragraph] 2. Heading [paragraph]
However, since I added the numbering option afterwards, google docs does not recognise my headings as being part of one and the same list, but starts the numbering a new for every (sub)heading:
Now, I do know how to change the number of a specific item in a numbered list in order to match its place:
However, what I do not know is, how I can change it for my subheading:
when I try it the same way I did with the second heading, it will not recognise my input as being a valid one:
How can I either make docs recognise all my headings as being part of the same list, or restart the numbering for an item on a “lower hierarchy level”?
I know how to make a bullet list (command + shift + 8) and a numbered list (command + shift + 9) in gmail.
Is it possible to make a numbered list that uses roman numerals? (preferably by keyboard shortcut)
I have to substantiate that sets are numbered: Set Z^3, consists of all three (a ,b, c), where a, b, c – integers. My idea is this, but I am really not sure: We know that the Z is the set of the integers and the set Z3 represents the set with basis or place 3. An integer is positive if it is greater than zero and negative if it is less than zero. Zero is defined as neither negative nor positive. As given in question that a.b.c are integers , so it is proved that the following sets are numbered.
I am creating a long list with many (>50) references to previous list numbers in Google Docs. Here is a simplified example:
- Do A
- Go to B
- Wash C
- Pick up D
- Clean E
- Repeat Step 2
- Buy F
If I delete “1. Do A” the list renumbers, but “Repeat Step 2” does not change to “Repeat Step 1”. Is there a way to create a reference or variable in Google Docs to automatically change “6. Repeat Step 2” to “5. Repeat Step 1” when the first step is deleted?
I would like to create a Word macro to separate text and images. The macro should insert the text at first place and move the images inside the text to the end of the document and replace the image with an index showing the number of the image, starting from the first image to the last image. I would appreciate if someone could help with this.
I have looked in many sites and I have developed the following code. This code simply replaces any image in the document with a text which is a kind of index. For example, it replaces the first image with just simple index as “image1.jpg” and so on. But my problem is that I don’t want to just replace the image with a numbered text index. My goal is also to move for example the image 1 to the end of the document. This should happen for the second image in the document which is replacing the 2nd image with a numbered index and then moving the image to the end of the document (after the first image) and so on for other images. I guess that this code must be added with some other code to make this happen. if someone could help, it will help a lot for making web pages suitable for printing on papers using Microsoft word macro. because sometimes it is not always necessary to print the images in the document and the text alone would be enough.
Dim oILShp As InlineShape Dim ILShpIndex As Integer For Each oILShp In ActiveDocument.InlineShapes ILShpIndex = ILShpIndex + 1 ‘insert text in place where InlineShape is located ActiveDocument.Range(oILShp.Range.Start, oILShp.Range.End).Text = _ “[Image” & ILShpIndex & “.Jpg]” ‘delete picture is not needed – it was simply replaced with text
If you take a 5x5x5 cube and enumerate each little square with a number, following an ascending order, then scramble it, how many possibilities you have to solve it? With all numbers in order and same rotation as initial.
I would like to apply conditional logic to a questionnaire to make it slimmer and easier to complete for our users. The new questions will appear dynamically appear on the page, under the trigger questions. Ex: How many employees work for the company apart from the founders? (if 0, question is not displayed if > 0, question will dynamically appear)
However, the questions need to be numbered: 1. How many employees work for the company apart from the founders?
How will I deal with the appearance of the numbers? Because until when the question appears (if it does), users will see skipped numbers and I believe that’s not good, but I wouldn’t know how to do otherwise. It will appear like this: 1. How many employees work for the company apart from the founders? 3. Where is the company based
Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!