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Creating Bulleted and Numbered Lists
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Creating Bulleted and Numbered Lists
A bulleted list is a group of related paragraphs with a special symbol, such as a dot,
dash, or other character, that appears to the left of each paragraph. For a group of related
paragraphs that have a particular order (such as steps in a procedure), you can use
numbers instead of bullets to create a numbered list . If you insert a new paragraph, delete a
paragraph, or reorder the paragraphs in a numbered list, Word adjusts the numbers to
make sure they remain consecutive.
To add bullets to a series of paragraphs, you use the Bullets button in the Paragraph
group on the Home tab. To create a numbered list, you use the Numbering button in the
Paragraph group instead. Both the Bullets button and the Numbering button have arrows
that you can click to open a gallery of bullet or numbering styles.
Natalie asks you to format the paragraphs of questions on page 1 as a bulleted list.
She also asks you to format the paragraphs on page 1 summarizing the four basic styles
as a bulleted list. Finally you will need to format some of the paragraphs on page 2 as a
numbered list.
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