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 of your numbering manually again throughout the rest of your document. Whether it's a list of 123's, ABC's, or even Roman numerals, Word can automatically apply and adjust numbering when you make a change using numbered styles. Open up a blank document. You can press Ctrl+N on your keyboard.

From the Home Ribbon, under the Paragraph section, the second button on the row in the top says 123. This is for your numbering. I'm just going to click and the number 1 appears. The default numbered list is set to one instead of ABC or Roman numerals I'll type in "Deposit bonus check." When I press Enter, I get the number 2. Since I received my bonus check, the next step is to research vacation destinations.

When I press Enter again, I get...

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 2010: Styles in Depth

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