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Bullets, numbers, and lists

Test yourself

Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.


What is a single-level list?

A list without sublists in any individual item.

A list with every bullet or number at the same indentation.

A list with only one item.

A list that uses just numbers, no bullets.

What should you type to automatically create a bulleted list that uses a black dot as the bullet design?

1. and a space

@ and a space

a. and a space

* and a space

How should you line up a new paragraph so that the text is indented the same amount as the text in the bulleted list item above?

Finish the list, and then use the indents on the ruler to line up the start of the new paragraph.

Add a new list item, and then press BACKSPACE to get rid of the bullet.

Add a new list item, and then press BACKSPACE twice.

Add a new list item, and then press ENTER again.

The most efficient way to change a bulleted list into a numbered list is by clicking the Bullets button on the Ribbon to remove the bullets and then clicking the Numbering button to add numbers.

True.

False.

How do you create your own list design?

You can't. You can only use the built-in designs and ones you can download from Office Online.

In the Bullets Library or Numbering Library, click Define New Bullet or Define New Number Format.

Click the arrow next to the Bullets or Numbering command.

On the Insert tab, click the New List command.

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