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SearchOpenSource: Writer Lists: Dependable, Powerful, Won't Self-Replicate When You're Not Looking

Jul 19, 2006, 09:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Solveig Haugland)

[ Thanks to Jane Walker for this link. ]

"A nicely formatted, easy-to-read list is one of the best assets of a good document. When your information is easy on the eyes and well organized, you're halfway there before you even start writing. Let's review the basics of lists, which we discussed in the first part of this article.

  • When you want to apply a basic list, use the Bullets or Numbering On/Off icons in the toolbar.
  • When you want to indent or control other aspects of the list structure, then all you need is the Bullets and Numbering toolbar.
  • And when you want a bullet that's more than a black circle, or when you want Roman instead of Arabic numbering, the prefab list formatting in the Bullets and Numbering window is there for you..."

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