Using list formats


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Using list formats

Bulleted and numbered lists are a common component of many documents. While it's possible to create your own lists using Word's indentation feature and manually inserting bullets or numbers, Word's list feature automates much of the process for you. It even keeps track of numbers when you insert or delete numbered list items. Let's take a look. In this example we have a list of products that we would like to display as a bulleted list. All we need to do is select the paragraphs that are part of the list, like this, just drag right through it, and click the Bulleted List button right here, and instantaneously it becomes a bulleted list.

Now there are a few things that you can do to fine-tune your bulleted list. First of all you can choose the different bullet style from the menu. So I am going to make sure that's selected again, then I'm going to come up to the Bulleted List button, and you'll see that there is a menu with different options that we can use. So ...

Using list formats
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Using list formats provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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