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How do create multilevel bullets in InDesign CS2

Posted on 2006-07-21
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I've searched high and low, but cannot find this.  Hopefully it's just that I'm a novice and it's a simple answer.  I'm trying to create a multilevel numbered bullet (basically an outline) that looks like:

1.0  Text Here
       1.1 More Text
             1.1.1 Yet More Text
2.0  Next Stuff Here
      2.1 And so on

I've searched though InDesign docs, looked for third party plugins, etc, but cannot find it.  It just seems like something so basic, yet it's not readily apparent how to do it!

Thanks!
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Question by:Chuck Brown
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BongSoo earned 500 total points
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You probably will have to do it manually. Sorry.

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by:walkerke
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This is a basic word processor feature which InDesign is not. Unfortunately, you have to create the outline in a word processor then import it or do it manually as BongSoo has suggested.
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