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2 bulleted lists in MS word

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hi,

i am using word 2010.
i wanted to have two bulleted lists in a page. however, i find that when i hit the enter key and drop down a few places... even though there is no bullets,  if i try to start a new numbered bullet list, the numbereing simply continues the sequence where the other one left off.
in the old days, i might have tried a section , or continuous break... but i am just not sure how to proceed.

any help appreciated
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Ingeborg Hawighorst earned 500 total points
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Hello,

right-click the first item in the second bullet list and select "Restart at 1"

restart at one
cheers, teylyn
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thank you so much
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