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Assembling Lists

A list is just what it sounds like—it’s a list of items in a document. You might want to generate a list of all the figures or illustrations, with the numbers of the pages where they can be found in the document. If you have graphics boxes, you can have WordPerfect automatically place the caption text from each type of graphics box into a separate list. You can create multiple lists to handle all the different elements in your document (such as figures, tables, charts, and equations).

Marking Entries

Assembling a list is just like creating a table or an index—you mark the entries, define the list, and then generate the list. To create a list, you have to mark the text that you want included in it. To mark a table, for example, select the table title or heading for the list (for example, Table 1.3. Continuing Education Classes), not the actual table definition code.


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