Formatting numbered and bulleted lists using styles


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Formatting numbered and bulleted lists using styles

Word comes prepackaged with several automatic numbered and bulleted styles. If you've ever manually typed a list of numbers into your document and then added a paragraph to the middle, you'll know the pain of having to readjust all the numbering manually again throughout the rest of your document. Whether it's a list of 123s, ABCs, or even Roman numerals, Word can automatically apply and adjust numbering when you make a change using numbered styles. Let's start by opening a blank document.

Now, before you do that, you may have to click once in the document you're in and then do Ctrl+N on your keyboard, for new. We're going to go from the Home tab to the Paragraph section, which is right about in the middle, and up at the very top here is Bullets. Go ahead and click on it once, and you'll see the bulleted list. Press the Enter key, and it goes away. The next number over is the 123s. That's your numbering. Click on it once, and you'll see the number 1.

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Formatting numbered and bulleted lists using styles
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Formatting numbered and bulleted lists using styles provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2007: Styles in Depth

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