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Making Lists Microsoft Office 2007

    Word can organize and arrange text in three types of lists:

    Bullets (like this list)

    Numbering

    Multilevel list

    You can create a list from scratch or convert existing text into a list. To create a list from scratch, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Home tab.

    2. Move the cursor where you want to create a list.

    3. Click the Bullets, Numbering, or Multilevel List icon.

    Word creates your list (bulleted or numbered).

    4. Type your text and press Enter to create another blank item in your list.

    5. Repeat Step 4 for each additional bullet or numbered item you want to make.

    If you have existing text, you can convert it into a list by following these steps:

    1. Click the Home tab.

    2. Select the text you want to convert into a list.

    3. Click the Bullets, Numbering, or Outline Numbering icon.

    Word converts your selected text into your chosen list where each para­graph appears as a separate item in the list.

    Indenting list items

    After you create a list, you may want to indent one list item underneath another one. To indent an item in a list, follow these steps:

    1. Move the cursor anywhere in the text in the list item you want to indent.

    2. Press the Home key to move the cursor to the front of the line.

    3. Press the Tab key to indent an item to the right (or press the Shift+Tab keystroke combination to indent an item to the left).

    When you indent a list, Word changes the number or bullet style to set the line apart from the rest of your list.

    Converting list items back into text

    If you have a list, you may want to convert one or more items back into ordi­nary text. To convert a list item into plain text, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Home tab.

    2. Select the list items you want to convert into plain text.

    3. Click the appropriate Bullets, Numbering, or Outline Numbering icon.

    If you want to convert a bullet list item into text, you would click the Bullets icon.




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