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Text Font and Font Size Bold / Italic / Underline Font Color Text Highlight Color Text Effect & Typography Strikethrough Option Subscript / Superscript Change Case Clear Formatting Option Bullets and Numbering Multilevel List Decrease/Increase Indent Alignment Settings Shading Option Text Border Heading Style Drop-Cap Option

   » Document Editing

Cut / Copy / Paste Line & Paragraph Spacing Symbols Option Columns Setting Page Color Option Page Border Option Find Option Replace Option Go To Option Spell Check Option Zoom In - Out

   » Page Formatting

Cover Page Page Break Option Blank Page Header and Footer Option Page Number Page Margin Page Orientation

   » Tables

Creation of Table Column / Row / Cell Split Cell of a Table Merge Cell of a Table Table Style Convert Table to Text Table Cell Text Direction Convert Text Into a Table Calculation in a Table

   » TextBox

Text Box Option Text Box Link Text Direction in TextBox Text Box Style Text Box Effect

   » Advanced Options

Insertion of Picture Change Picture Style Text Wrapping Style Clipart Option Shape Insertion Smart Art Option Word Art Option Hyperlink Option Auto-Text Option Watermarks Option Macro Option Print Option Read Only a Document Encrypt a Document Mail merge Option

   » A-Z Shortcuts

A-Z Shortcut of MSWord

* Multilevel List *

In this chapter, we will learn how to create multilevel list in Microsoft Word. Multilevel list allow us to create an outline with multiple levels. we can turn any bulleted or numbered list into a multilevel list by placing the cursor at the beginning of a line and pressing the Tab key for sub bullet to that line. So lets start:

⇨ How to apply Multi-level Bullets?

a) Click on Multi-level bullets icon from Paragraph group.

b) Select any style / format.

* Press Tab Key from keyboard to create sub level. To go back to the higher level you need to go to the new line with out writing any thing then press Shift + Tab.
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