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Creating Effective Lists

Another way to align text is to create bulleted and numbered lists. Adding bulleted and numbered lists to your document can go a long way toward making your document more readable, which is an achievement your readers will be grateful for. Lists can also help you make your point clearly and succinctly, enabling the ideas to stand out instead of being lost inside a large paragraph. The remainder of this chapter shows you how to create lists—both bulleted and numbered—in Word documents. You’ll learn the ins and outs of list-making and discover how lists can make your work easier and more effective, whether you create short articles, long dissertations, or something in between.

Like its predecessors, Word 2003 includes automated features that make creating lists a fairly simple process. Within that process, however, you have a number of choices to make—and some quirks to navigate around.


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