Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Creating Numbered and Bulleted Lists
Figure 2-9:
Customizing
a numbered
or bulleted
list.
Managing a multilevel list
A multilevel list, also called a nested list , is a list with subordinate entries, as
shown in Figure 2-10. To create a multilevel list, you declare what kind of list
you want, and then, as you enter items for the list, you indent the items that
you want to be subordinate. Follow these steps to create a multilevel list:
1. On the Home tab, click the Multilevel List button and choose what
kind of list you want.
If none of the lists suit you, you can choose Define New Multilevel List
and create a new kind of list in the Define New Multilevel List dialog box.
2. Enter the items for the list, pressing Enter as you complete each one.
3. Select a list item (or items) and click the Increase Indent button (or press
Ctrl+M) to make the items subordinate in the list; click the Decrease
Indent button (or press Ctrl+Shift+M ) to raise their rank in the list.
Repeat Step 3 until the list is just so.
Figure 2-10:
Examples
of multilevel
lists.
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