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Absolute Beginner's Guide to WordPerfect® 12 by Laura Acklen

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Working with Lists

You could just use the “brute force” method to create lists or outlines like those shown in Figure 11.1 (type a number, type the text, type the next number, and so on). Or, you could take a few minutes to learn how this powerful WordPerfect feature can automate your list making and, over the course of the next several months, save yourself literally hours of time and trouble. Figure 11.1 shows the three different types of lists that can be created in WordPerfect—numbered lists, bulleted lists, and outlines.

Figure 11.1. WordPerfect helps automate the process of creating numbered or bulleted lists and outlines.

Creating Bulleted Lists

A bulleted list uses bullets, or symbols, to delineate the different ...

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