You can also create multilevel lists by using the numbering and bullet feature. Multilevel lists contain two or more levels within a particular list. For example, a multilevel list might number primary items in the list, but secondary items (which fall under a particular primary item) in the list are denoted by sequential letters of the alphabet. Figure 15.6 shows a numbered, multilevel list.
Figure 15.6. A multilevel numbered list uses several levels of numbering, as an outline does.
To create a multilevel list, follow these steps:
When you have completed your list, you can turn off the numbering by clicking the Numbering button on the Formatting toolbar (this deactivates numbering).