Creating a multilevel list using styles


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Creating a multilevel list using styles

In the last chapter, we looked at bullet lists, numbered lists, and multi-level Lists. And when we looked at multi-level Lists, I noted that some of the multi-level list styles actually included Heading styles. Now that we have learned about styles and lists, we can put the two together and take a look at styled multi-level lists. I am going to begin by selecting the text for my multi-level List. If I simply choose one of these styles, like 1.1 or 1A, what I am left with is simply a list, and I can indent some of these items in order to make them lower level.

For example, I can click here and turn this into an A. This is a regular multi-level List. However, if I choose any of the styles that have the word Heading in them, I get not only a multi-level List, but I actually get a change in my Heading styles in Word. Now I have a Heading style that includes the word Article. If I indent my Subpoint, it includes the word Section, and this is part of the Heading styles.

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Creating a multilevel list using styles
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Creating a multilevel list using styles 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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