Bulleted and numbered lists are another option for organizing information. Word makes it easy to add and remove list items while keeping the formatting intact. It is possible to sort these lists as well.
Creating a Bulleted List
First we'll add bullets to the items in our "State Park Inns" list.
Step 1. To view the "State Park Inns" list,
Step 2. To select the list, without the title,
Press & Drag the list
Step 3. To switch to the Home command tab, on the Ribbon, if necessary,
Click the Home tab
Step 4. To make a bulleted list, in the Paragraph group,
Creating a Numbered List
Word provides many options for creating lists. For instance, instead of having a bulleted list, we can make it a numbered list.
Step 1. Make sure that the list is still selected.
Step 2. To format the items as a numbered list, in the Paragraph group,
Changing Formats for Numbers and Bullets
The appearance of a numbered list or a bulleted list can be changed through theBullets and Numbering Libraries.
Let's change the look of our numbers.
Step 1. Make sure the list is still selected.
Step 2. To set how the lists are numbered, in the Paragraph group,
Step 3. To select a new option,
Adding an Item to a Numbered List
The Numbered List feature can be a time-saving tool. If an item needs to be added to or removed from a list, Word will automatically renumber the list.
Let's add another state park inn to the list.
Step 1. To position the cursor,
Click just after "Clifty Falls"
Step 2. To add a line, press:
Step 3. To add the new item, type:
Ft. Harrison Inn - Ft. Harrison
Step 4. To save StateParks.docx, press: