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Formatting Lists: Bullets, Numbers, Indent

  

Bullet, numbered, and indented lists provide an easy way to organize information in your worksheet.

 

Using the Context Bar

Using the Paragraph Style Dialog

Using the Context Bar

Bullet Lists

  

To arrange content in a bullet list using the context bar drop-down list:

1. 

Select the text to be arranged.

2. 

From the character and paragraph style drop-down list, select P Bullet Item. The selected text is displayed as a bullet list.

Numbered Lists

  

To arrange content in a numbered list using the context bar drop-down list:

  

1. Select the text to be arranged.

  

2. From the character and paragraph style drop-down list, select P Ordered List. The selected text is displayed as a numbered list.

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Ordered lists have 5 default styles.

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List 1 begins at the left margin. Subsequent lists are indented half an inch.

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The numbering style uses numbers, followed by lowercase letters, then lowercase roman numerals, uppercase letters, and uppercase Roman numerals.

  

1 Ordered List 1

  

2

a Ordered List 2

b

i Ordered List 3

ii

A Ordered List 4

B

I Ordered List 5

II

Indented Lists

  

To arrange content in an indented list using the context bar drop-down list:

  

1. Select the text to be arranged.

  

2. From the character and paragraph style drop-down list, select P List Item. The selected text is displayed as an indented list.

Using the Paragraph Style Dialog

  

With the Paragraph Style dialog, you can select various list styles: Dot, Dash, Indent, Numbers, Lowercase Letters, Uppercase Letters, Lowercase Roman Numerals, and Uppercase Roman Numerals.

  

To arrange content in a list using the Paragraph Style dialog:

1. 

Select the text to be arranged.

2. 

From the Format menu, select Paragraph, and then Attributes. The Paragraph Style dialog opens.

3. 

From the Bullet and Numbering drop-down list, select one of the styles.

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If you have selected one of the numbered styles (number, letters, Roman numerals), set an initial list value.

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To continue numbering this list from a previous list in your worksheet, select the Linked to Previous List check box.

4. 

Click OK to accept this style.

See Also

Create Paragraph Styles

 


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