Lists

In MS Word bulleted lists can help arrange Word documents so they are clearer. In Word numbered lists can do the same thing.

Challenge!

  1. Open an existing Word 2013 document. If you want, you can use our practice document.
  2. Insert a new bulleted list into the document. If you're using the example, add Fundraising, Chair's Report, and Other business to the bottom of the list.
  3. Create a new numbered list.
  4. Restart the numbering of the list so it begins with a number of your choice.
  5. Use a symbol as a bullet. If you're using the example, change the open circles into a different symbol.
  6. Modify the color of a bullet. If you're using the example, change the color of the green diamond bullets.
  7. Change the style of the list. If you're using the example, change the bulleted list into a numbered list.
  8. Use the Tab key to change the levels of some of the lines. If you're using the example, increase the level of the two bullets under the list item International Arborists Association.