Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing Number Size and Color
Like the Bullets button, the Numbering button also has a drop-down list with seven preset
formats plus None, as shown in Figure 6.7. You can apply any of those presets from the menu.
Click the Numbering button to toggle numbering on/off or open its drop-down list and
select a preset.
You usually don’t want to apply numbering to the slide master because it’s not the norm — bullets are. Also, the optimal amount
of space between paragraphs is often different when numbered lists are used. Consider creating a special master layout for num-
bered lists and applying your number formatting to that layout in Slide Master view.
Changing Number Size and Color
Numbers can have different sizes and colors in relation to the rest of the paragraph text,
just as bullets can. Using a different size and/or color can make the numbers stand out. To
change a number’s size and color, follow these steps:
1. Select the paragraph(s) to affect. If you want to create a layout master to store
the numbering formatting, switch to Slide Master view and work on that layout
2. On the Home tab, open the Numbering button’s menu and choose Bullets and
Numbering. The Bullets and Numbering dialog box appears with the Numbered tab
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