Schedules - Numbering - Leading Zero e.g. 'W-01' vs. 'W-1'


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Wondering if there's a way to drop the '0' which is generated in front of the schedule numbers. It adds size to my labels and most of the time there are less than 10 items so it wouldn't be confusing - but I haven't been able to find any options where we can omit this automatically generated zero.

 

Anybody have any tips or insight?

 

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