Represents a single list level, either the only level for a bulleted or numbered list or one of the nine levels of an outline numbered list. The ListLevel object is a member of the ListLevels collection.
Using the ListLevel Object
Use ListLevels(index), where index is a number from 1 through 9, to return a single ListLevel object. The following example sets list level one of list template one in the active document to start at 4.
ActiveDocument.ListTemplates(1).ListLevels(1).StartAt = 4
The ListLevel object gives you access to all the formatting properties for the specified list level, such as the Alignment, Font, NumberFormat, NumberPosition, NumberStyle, and TrailingCharacter properties.
To apply a list level, first identify the range or list, and then use the ApplyListTemplate method. Each tab at the beginning of the paragraph is translated into a list level. For example, a paragraph that begins with three tabs will become a level-three list paragraph after the ApplyListTemplate method is used.
Properties | Alignment Property | Application Property | Creator Property | Font Property | Index Property | LinkedStyle Property | NumberFormat Property | NumberPosition Property | NumberStyle Property | Parent Property | PictureBullet Property | ResetOnHigher Property | StartAt Property | TabPosition Property | TextPosition Property | TrailingCharacter Property
Methods | ApplyPictureBullet Method