Modifying a Tiered List Style for Ordered Lists
Change the look of Legal style lists by modifying the style.
To modify a tiered list style:
Make sure the insertion point is visible on the page, and select the Legal list style that
best matches the one you want to design.
Click Inspector in the toolbar, click the Text button, and then click List.
Click to advance to the next
list indent level.
Numbers for a
For each list indent level,
choose a numbering style.
For each list indent level, set
how far you want to indent the
number and its associated text.
Choose the numbering or lettering style that you want from the second pop-up menu.
Click the right indent level arrow to advance to the second list indent level.
Choose the numbering or lettering style that you want for the second list indent level.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you have set numbering or lettering styles for up to nine list
Click the Styles Drawer button in the format bar to open the Styles drawer.
Notice that one of the list styles is highlighted. This is the style that has been applied
to the selected text. (If the list styles are not visible, click the button at the bottom
right of the Styles drawer.) The arrow to the right of the style name is red, indicating
that you have applied overrides to the style by modifying it.
Click the red arrow to the right of the list style name, and then choose an option.
Redefine Style from Selection: Redefines the existing list style for the entire
document. If you choose this, your formatting changes will apply to all other instances
of this style throughout the document.
Create New List Style from Selection: This doesn’t alter the existing style, but creates
a new style based on your formatting choices in the previous steps. If you choose this,
type a name for the new style, and then click OK.