Creating a bulleted or numbered list


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Creating a bulleted or numbered list

There are many reasons that you might end up with a list in the middle of your document, or have a document that's only a list. There are three types of lists you can create in Word 2010: bulleted lists, numbered lists, and multi-level lists. Let's look at all three. A bulleted list is a list of items that don't need to appear in any particular order. They are peers. A great example of this is a shopping list. A numbered list is a list where there is a reason that one item might be first or second or third, for example, a list of driving directions.

A multi-level list is a list that has major points and then minor points. All three of these types of lists are created using the Commands in the Paragraph group. Let's begin with our bulleted list. I want to take these items and note them as a list. So I am going to select the text first. Then I'm going to choose a bullet. Now, I can simply click this button and choose the default bullet, which is Round, or the last bullet that I...

Creating a bulleted or numbered list
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Creating a bulleted or numbered list provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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