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Renumbering numbered lists Microsoft Office 2007

    Number lists can cause special problems when dividing or copying them because the numbering may get out of sequence, or you may want to start numbering from a number other than one.

    To change the starting number of a numbered list, follow these steps:

    1. Right-click the item that you want to renumber.

    If you want to renumber your entire list, right-click the first item at the top of the numbered list.

    A pop-up menu appears, as shown in Figure 5-9.

    Renumbering
numbered lists Microsoft Office 2007

    Figure 5-9:

    Right-clicking a numbered list item to see options for renum­bering your list.

    2. Choose one of the following:

    Restart at 1: Changes the numbering of the current list item to 1, the list item directly below to 2, and so on. (This option does not appear if you right-click the first item in a number list.)

    Continue Numbering: Changes the number of the current list item to one greater than the last numbered list item earlier in the document.

    Set Numbering Value: Displays the Set Numbering Value dialog box, as shown in Figure 5-10, so you can change the current list item to a specific number such as 34 or 89.

    Renumbering
numbered lists Microsoft Office 2007

    Figure 5-10:

    Choose a number for your list.




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