Managing numbered and lettered lists


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Managing numbered and lettered lists

AutoCAD does a great job automating lettered and numbered lists. Even so, there is a possibility when editing a list that it might get out of sequence. In this lesson we are going to learn how to revise the order of an automated list. On my screen I have an example of some general notes. As you can see, we have a numbered list with some lettered lists nested inside. Let's start by removing point number two. Maybe I'd like to have these two lettered lists under the same heading. To do that I'm going to double-click to bring up the Text Editor and then I will drag across this text.

I'll press Backspace and then I'll press Backspace a couple more times to clean up the spacing. Now notice that AutoCAD did a nice job renumbering these items. However, my lettered list is out of sequence. ABC is good, but the rest of this has to change. To correct the list, I'm going to click, hold, and drag all of the items that I'd like to fix. I'll right-click and under Bullets ...

Managing numbered and lettered lists
Video duration: 3m 36s 3h 48m Intermediate

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Managing numbered and lettered lists provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD: Tips, Tricks, and Industry Secrets

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