Use Adobe InDesign to Create a Multilevel Numbered List


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Creating a multi-level numbered list

Creating a structured, multilevel numbered list in InDesign can be a little bit tricky, and I think a little bit counterintuitive. This is the kind of thing that we're after where we have our first level head, that is numbered, and the first level heads are numbered relative to themselves, and then we have a second level where the numbering starts and finishes and then starts again off to the next first level head. So how do we get this? Let's now move to the next page where we have everything set up with the exception of the numbering.

So if we look at the Paragraph Styles we have h1s and h2s. I'm going to start up by editing the h1 style by right-clicking on it. So I'm going directly to the Paragraph Style options here to apply the Bullets and Numbering. Obviously, the List Type that we're after is numbers and since h2 is based upon h1 it is also going to get the numbers at the same time. The format that we want is a two digit format, and this is just a stylistic thing.

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Creating a multi-level numbered list
Video duration: 2m 29s 9h 7m Intermediate Updated Nov 12, 2014

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Creating a multi-level numbered list provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the InDesign Typography (2012)

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