If you wanted to change your numbering to be report style (e.g. 1., 1.1, 1.1.1 (a)) you would use this reset: <<<RESET|none,%1|decimal,%2|decimal,%3|lowerLetter,(%4)|>>>

If you want to go a step further and customise your indentation for each numbering level you need to add in another layer of instruction. You do that by adding the instruction into these parts of the token: 

So, add in a comma , and then the amount of indentation you want to achieve for each numbering level. This is the example I have come up with. <<<RESET|decimal,%1.,1|decimal,%1.%2,1|decimal,%1.%2.%3.,1|lowerLetter,%4),1|>>>

So, I've made the indentation 1 for each level, (so the levels should all align to the same place at the left of the page. 

Note, I've put in a comma , then a 1 after each numbering instruction and then there is a pipe | . (Btw, ignore the | at the end after the >>>, that's just my cursor. 

This reset token, gives me a numbering style and indentation that looks like this:

I know it's fiddly, but once you get the hang of it, you will be able to easily customise your indents.

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