Creating A Multi-Level List
You can create a list of items that contain multiple nested levels such as Heading A including Topic A, Topic B, Topic C, and so forth. You can also create sub levels that are not numbered or contain bullets. To create this multi-level listing, follow these procedures:
- In Page View mode, position the insertion point where you want to start creating a list of items.
- On the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering.
- Do one of the following:
- To create a bullet list: Click the Plain Bullets tab. Click the box with the style of bullets that you desire, and then click the OK button.
- To create a numbered list: Click the Numbers tab. Then click the box with the style of numbers or letters that you desire, and then click the OK button.
- To create a list with custom bullets or bullets from the current theme: Click the Picture Bullets tab. Then click the option you want, and if you are using custom bullets, click Browse to find and select the graphic you want to use. Then click the OK button.
- For each item you want in the list, type the item and then press the ENTER key. When you have typed the last item, press ENTER twice to end the list.
- Place each item on the correct level:
- To move items down to the next bullet or numbered level, select the items, and then click Increase Indent twice.
- To format items as a paragraph on the current level (without bullets or numbering), select the items and then click Increase Indent once.
- To move items up to the previous level, select the items, and then click Decrease Indent one or more times as needed.
A sub level can have a different numbering or bullet style than the level above it. To apply a different style to a sub level, select an item on the level, Right-Click, and then click List Properties on the shortcut menu. Click the tab corresponding to the style you want to apply, and then specify the style.
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Date of last revision: 30 August 2001.