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Lists are important part of any role in any company. Many lists are now composed in a word processor like Microsoft’s Word. But have you ever struggled to create a numbered list in Word? Maybe lists start from one each time you enter a new one, or the numbers continue from previous list. This can be frustrating, but luckily there is something you can do to address it.
Below is an overview of how you can set up ordered lists to either continue numbered lists from where you last left off, or start at #1 with new lists.
Set up numbering for all future lists
When setting numbered values, you have three options to choose from:
Change the number value of individual lists
If you have a document with numbered lists already in it, and want to change the number values of one list, you can do so by right-clicking on the first number of a list and selecting either Restart at 1 or Continue numbering.
Note that if you have a document with a continuous list that is separated by paragraphs and choose to reset one list to start at one, all subsequent lists will be changed to reflect the new ordering.
Published on 7th May 2013 by Jeanne DeWitt.