Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
A multilevel list.
A multilevel list can contain a maximum of nine levels. You can create a multilevel list as you type,
as described here:
Place the cursor where you want the list to begin.
Click the Multilevel List button on the Format Text ribbon to display the Multilevel List
menu, shown in Figure 5.6.
Click the desired list style.
Type in the first list item. This will of course be at the top list level.
Press Enter to start the next list item. Press Tab one or more times to move it to a lower
list level. Press Shift+Tab to move it to a higher list level.
Press Enter to start another list item. Each new list item is created at the same level as the
one before it.
To change the level of an existing list item, place the editing cursor at the start of the item
and press Tab or Shift+Tab.
To change the level of two or more list items, select the items and then select Change List
Level from the Multilevel List menu.
To end the list, press Enter to start a new item, then open the Multilevel List and select
None. Subsequent paragraphs will not be part of the list.