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Bullet lists

An example of a bullet list is as follows:

  • List 1
  • List 1.
    • List 2
    • List 2.
  • List 1

Simple lists

Simple lists use the Text Body Indent paragraph style and do not have bullet points or numbers. Use simple lists only when all of list items are no longer than one line of text. At the end of each item in a simple list use Shift+Enter to insert a line break and move to a new line. After entering the last item in a simple list, use Enter to create a new paragraph and change the paragraph style.