I’m using OO to draft bylaws and there are many cases where a section has just text, with no children. Applying a heading style according to depth seems to work for most sections because they have subsections, but when there is no heading I have to do a lot of manual, per-row/per-property overriding. This is tedious in the extreme and I feel like it might end up being a dealbreaker for me.
I’ve tried using named styles to at least speed the process up but I’ve found I can’t override a lot of row style properties using named styles, so it hasn’t been working for me. Examples of this are if the third level row would normally be a subsection heading but has no children, I’d like to have a ‘plain’ named style to un-bold and remove numbering, but the named style doesn’t seem to override these attributes.
Is there a good solution for this? Am I approaching it the wrong way?