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  1. We have been trying to utilize the automated issue history log function, but have found we cannot get issues to be presented in either number or date order. Admittedly, we usually resort to manually inputting issue numbering because we need to add to an existing issue or some other reason. Below is an example of the Revision History Log, but shows the type of things we are seeing with this related to issues. We rarely need to report on multiple revisions. Our main question is, how are issues in the report ordered? How can we get them to be ordered by either issue date or number? And can this be done if issue numbers are manually input? Another question is when exactly is a single issue entry created? In the example above we actually only issued drawings on less than 10 occasions, but you can see many more issues displayed than this. Does each issue represent every issue ever created even if it was later deleted or changed? We are not sure where the additional issues are being generated from. Are any others finding success with the Issue Log and have advice they could share? We are having a very hard time with this.
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