Exhibitions of heading sub-levels are allowed even when their main heading (Heading 1) is not applied to any content.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. On a blank document, add at least one character then apply to it any heading style superior to one –known as sub-levels– from the available range (example Heading 2);
2. Not required – Apply chapter numbering to the level 1 and to the level applied in document; Tools ==> Chapter Numbering..., then apply to them a number style (example: "1,2,3...").
Such headings are allowed to be created. Step 2 is also allowed.
Such headings not allowed to be created. It seemed to me eligible as an enhancement while it can be as well interpreted as an issue.
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I don't agree, because for example heading 2 is a heading style and it is not related to a specific chapter level, so style "heading 2" is not a sub-level of style "heading 1".
So for me NOTABUG, but let's ask design team.
Let's ask the OP: Why should H2 forbidden without H1? Have you seen any office suite or text processor that works like this?
That must be me that "OP" then, since status is now as NEEDINFO. Fantastic question indeed. How do I see things? To be accurate how do you want me to see things to please one's view? You are here the one that shoud know since you asked me. Would any things have to be seen as good if they could be seen also the same way in an other suite?
This really helps in dealing with the problem of heading as it is quite annoying and the description which is been shared is fantastic.
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I follow Dieter's opinion then. => NAB/WF
The question with the scenario is important. Changing things for one user might negatively affect others. So we have to balance carefully if a well-known behavior needs to get updated.