Creating Bulleted and Numbered Lists

Numbered and bulleted lists emphasize information on the page and also provide a visual mechanism for arranging similar items. Bulleted lists work best when you want to separate and highlight items from the other text on a page; however, a bulleted list doesn’t necessarily have a particular order or hierarchy. Numbered lists work well when you are detailing a procedure in which the order of the steps is important in accomplishing a particular task.

You can quickly assign both bullets and numbers to existing lists, or you can toggle on bullets or numbering and create your list as you type. You have complete control over the bullet type (using special characters or other graphics) used in a bulleted list and ...

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