It is beneficial to type a list using tabs to denote one level fromanother, before selecting the list type from the multilevel listoptions. At times, lists can cause a few hurdles, but if you follow thegeneral guidelines in this section, you will become a whiz at multilevellist creation. Proceed as follows:
- Create a new document, or open an existing document in which toinsert a multilevel list.
- When typing up a multilevel list, you will use tabs to specify thelist level, and use the Enter key at the end of each line (seethe following list example).
- For the purpose of indicating where tabs (arrows) and paragraphmarkers (use of the Enter key) have been inserted in thedocument, the Show/Hideicon has been activated for the example shown in the followingscreenshot:
- Type the list, as in the following example:
- Be sure to highlight the entire list before converting it to amultilevel list.
- Click on the multilevel list icon residing in the
Paragraph group, as illustrated in thefollowing screenshot:
- Select a style to apply to the highlighted list.