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MultiLevel Lists / Styles Created - Change Them

Posted on 2013-11-20
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As you can see here: Save New Multilevel List / Styles,  We are getting there

But when I open them template, I do not get the option to change it, only create another new one - how can I save time"
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Question by:coreybryant
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Right-click on a numbered item of the list you wish to edit and choose Adjust List Indents.  This will open the Define New Multilevel List dialog box with your list already loaded.  Make your changes and click OK when you are finished.

Then Save your Template.
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Thanks - that worked.  I am not used to this laptop yet and the right click sometimes does not work as well (or like I am used to on a desktop).
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by:coreybryant
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Thanks, I had tried it once but it didn't work - third time was the charm.
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Very interesting - I too learned... I'll try to remember that
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