Working with Outlines
Outlines are a lot like lists, but they add another dimension of detail. For example, in a list, every item has the same relative importance (1, 2, 3, and so on). Outline items, on the other hand, are arranged in different levels of importance (1, 1a, 1b, 2, and so on). Consider the two lists shown in Figure 11.7.
Figure 11.7. Outlines look a lot like lists, but outline sublevels provide more flexibility in organizing information.
In Figure 11.7, the second list's sublevels provide additional details about the major topics in the list.
WordPerfect's outlines are easy to work with, and the little bit ...