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Chapter 6. The Fundamental Objects > More About Lists – The List-Style Properti...

More About Lists – The List-Style Properties

List items may or may not have a label. If they do, the label is usually a bullet: for example, ; or a series of numbers (for example, I, II, III or 1, 2, 3). Lists also may be nested, i.e., there can be lists within lists, with each list level having a different type of number or bullet. Labels may be displayed as follows:

  • Outside the box that encloses the LI

  • To the left of the first line of the LI inside the box


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