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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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7. Setting Up Lists

Lists can be an important part of any document—whether it’s a letter to Santa or instructions for assembling a bicycle. This chapter shows you how to create lists in Word so you can present any set of items or steps in a neat little package.

If there can be a type of document that is indispensable to everyone, it has to be the list. Simple and straightforward (well, most of the time), lists help us organize the details of our daily lives. From a four-line shopping list to a thousand-page phone directory, lists help us find information, remember details, and follow directions.

Lists are often included in long or complex documents, like the step-by-step instructions in this book. Lists can be an essential document feature ...

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