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Word 2013 For Dummies by Dan Gookin

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Chapter 21

Lots of Lists

In This Chapter

arrow Automatically bulleting or numbering text

arrow Building a multilevel list

arrow Numbering lines on a page

arrow Adding a TOC to your document

arrow Creating an index

arrow Using footnotes and endnotes

A variety of information can lurk in your documents — stuff that I refer to as lists. Here’s my list of these lists: lists of items noted with bullets (asterisks or dots) and lists of items that are numbered. You can also consider a table of contents as a list, a list of document headings. A list of keywords in your document is an index. And don’t forget academic lists, such as footnotes and endnotes. All these lists are listed here, in this chapter of lists.

Lists with Bullets and Numbers

Whenever you have more than two items to describe in your document, consider creating a list. To draw attention to such a list, to call it out from the rest of your text, you can try hanging ...

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