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Re: [vox-tech] refering to a subsubsection in latex (article documentclass)
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Re: [vox-tech] refering to a subsubsection in latex (article documentclass)

Hi Dylan,

Check out the "secnumdepth" counter.  It sets how deep the sections should be 
numbered.  I.e.,




\section{A Section}

\subsection{A Subsection}

\subsubsection{A Subsubsection}\label{label_of_this_subsubsection}

\section{Another section}

As seen in section \ref{label_of_this_subsubsection}


On Tuesday 28 August 2007, Dylan Beaudette wrote:
| wondering if it is possible to refer to the number associated with a
| \subsubsection in latex, using the article document class.
| example:
| \section{A Section}
| \subsection{A Subsection}
| \subsubsection{A Subsubsection}
| \label{label_of_this_subsubsection}
| ...
| as seen in section \ref{label_of_this_subsubsection}
| this will print the number associated with the \subsection above the
| labeled \subsubsection, resulting in:
| as seen in section 1.1
| ... when actually I would like to see:
| as seen in section 1.1.1

Aaron A. King, Ph.D.
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
University of Michigan
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