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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Working with list (numbering) styles

You can define the appearance of lists by using list (numbering) styles, which include styles for bullet lists as well as numbered lists.

OOo 2.0 uses the terms “numbering style†and “list style†inconsistently, but they are the same thing. For example, the tooltip in the Styles and Formatting window says “List Stylesâ€, but its style dialog box says “Numbering Styleâ€.

After setting up a list style, you can associate it with one or more paragraph styles. To create a hierarchy of numbered paragraphs, use a series of list styles and define other (unnumbered) paragraphs to fit the indentation or spacing patterns of the numbered paragraphs.

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