Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Choosing a Numbering Scheme
Figure 11-19 The Define New Number Format dialog box gives you the means to create a new
number format and change number position.
To select a new number style, click the Number Style list to see the available style choices.
Depending on the nature of your document, you might want to select roman numeral style,
alphanumeric characters, or even numbers that are spelled out as text. Here is the range of
choices for the number styles you can select:
1, 2, 3
I, II, III
i, ii, iii
A, B, C
a, b, c
1st, 2nd, 3rd
One, Two Three
First, Second, Third
01, 02, 03
001, 002, 003
0001, 0002, 0003
00001, 00002, 00003
After you select the number style you want, you can determine at which number you want
the list to begin by clicking in the Start At text box and then typing the number for the
starting point. If you prefer, you can use the up or down arrows on the Start At text box to
increase or decrease the number by one.
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