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Creating and Modifying Lists

Creating and Modifying Lists

To organize lists in a document, such as lists of events, names, numbers, or procedures, you can format the information in a bulleted or numbered list. A bullet is a small graphic, such as a dot, that introduces an item in a list. Where the order of items is not important, use bullets. Use numbers instead of bullets when you want to emphasize sequence, as in a series of steps. If you move, insert, or delete items in a numbered list, Word renumbers the list for you. If the items in a list are out of order, alphabetically or numerically, you can sort the items in ascending or descending order using the Sort command on ...

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