Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Apply styles to lists, part of Word 2016: Styles in Depth.
- [Instructor] Microsoft Word…supports two broad types of lists.…The first type of list is a single-level list…and there are two types of single-level list.…The first is a list where each item has a bullet point…and the second type of single-level list…is a list where the items are numbered.…And if you think that these are different types of lists,…you're right,…because we use numbered lists…for things that are done in a sequence,…a series of steps, for example,…the top 10 features.…We use bullet points for items that are pierced…to each other where sequence doesn't make a difference…and we are not describing it as a numbered list,…7 reasons to do something, 3 tips for example.…
The second type of list we have…is a multi-level list.…Let's see how we apply styles to lists in Word 2016.…This is the sales list document.…It contains two different lists.…The first is a basic single-level list,…and while these items are in an order,…they're sorted in a specific order,…they're not necessarily a sequence,…so one way to apply a style to this list…
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- Understanding the different types of styles
- Creating styles
- Applying styles
- Customizing styles
- Basing new styles on existing styles
- Managing style sets
- Copying, deleting, and renaming styles
- Creating a table of contents with styles