"MyOffice Text" allows you to create bulleted and numbered lists. Each new item in bulleted lists is marked with a bullet, in numbered lists, it is marked with a number or letter.

Create a list

To create a list with a specific style, follow the steps below:

1.Select a part of the text you want to convert to the list or place the pointer on an empty line where you want to start the list.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Paragraph section and click the arrow to the right of the editor_bulleted_list_icon button (Bulleted List), to create a bulleted list or click the arrow to the right of the editor_numbered_list_icon (Numbered List), to create a numbered list.

3.In the list that expands, select a style of the list.

To quickly create a list on an empty line, use the following methods:

To create a numbered list, type the first level symbol of the list. For example, 1. or а). Press the Space key. To create a numbered list where the items on the first level are expressed in Roman numerals, type the capital letter I. Press the Space key.

To quickly start the bulleted list shown in the image to the left side, type *. Press the Space key.

To quickly start the bulleted list shown in the image to the right:

Enter the hyphen (-). Press the Space key.

Press the Space key. Enter the hyphen (-). Press the Space key.

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The application remembers the last selected style for the bulleted and numbered list.

To quickly create a new list in the same style as the previous one, follow the instructions below:

1.Select a part of the text you want to convert to the list or place the pointer on an empty line where you want to start the list.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Paragraph section and click editor_bulleted_list_icon (Bulleted List) to create a bulleted list. Or click the editor_numbered_list_icon (Numbered List) to create a numbered list.

Copy and paste a list

You can copy and paste the lists from the clipboard within one document or between the "MyOffice Text" documents.

To copy and paste the list correctly, follow the steps below:

1.Enable the display of Non-Printable Characters.

2.Select the list from the beginning rather than from the end, including the last paragraph character.

Continue a list

You can easily continue the numbering of the previous list in the document. Use the following steps to proceed:

1.Right-click on any element of the current list.

2.Click Continue numbering on the shortcut menu.

Once Continue numbering command is applied all levels of the current list inherit the style of the previous list.
Change the nesting level

Modifying nesting level using the Command menu or Toolbar

1.Place the pointer anywhere in the current paragraph or select the entire paragraph.

2.Change the nesting level:

To increase the nesting level, on the Command menu, click Format, point to Alignment, and then click Increase Indent. Or on the Toolbar, select the Paragraph section and click editor_increase_indent_icon (Increase Indent).

To reduce the nesting level, on the Command menu, click Format, point to Alignment, and then click <%INDENT_MINUS>. Or on the Toolbar, select the Paragraph section and click editor_decrease_indent_icon (Decrease Indent).

Modifying the nesting level using the keyboard

1.Place the pointer before the first word in the current paragraph or select the entire paragraph.

2.Change the nesting level:

To increase the nesting level, press Tab.

To reduce the nesting level, press Backspace.

To change the nesting level of the list, located in the table, use the Command menu or the corresponding buttons on the Toolbar. Using the Tab key in a table does not change a nesting level but move to the next table cell.
Convert a list to text

To remove list formatting, follow the steps below:

1.Select the list items you want to remove from the list.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Paragraph section and click the arrow to the right of the editor_bulleted_list_icon button (Bulleted List) to remove a bulleted list. Or click the arrow to the right of the editor_numbered_list_icon button (Numbered List) to remove a numbered list.

3.In the list that expands, select None.

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