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Creating an Unordered List

An unordered list is typically referred to as a bulleted list, though the character used to indicate a line item can be a bullet, a square, or open circle. Unordered lists can also contain multiple levels of nesting, in which case you can specify the type of bullet character to use and the level of indent to use.

  1. Click and drag to select the text from which you want to create an unordered list.

  2. Choose Text->List->Unordered List or click on the Unordered List button in the bottom-right corner of the Properties Inspector [ Figure 3.3].

  3. Choose Text->Indent to create an additional level for the unordered list. The open bullet is used for the second level of indent, and the square is used for the remaining levels of indent by default [Figure 3.4].

    • Choose Text->Outdent to return to a previous indent level in the unordered list.

    • Press (Return)[Enter] twice to end the unordered list.


You can format text as an unordered list while you type it by choosing Text->List->Unordered List before you begin typing.

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