Use lists to present steps, groups, or sets of information. Give context for the list with a brief introduction. Number lists when the order is important, like when you’re describing steps of a process. Don’t use numbers when the list’s order doesn’t matter.

Make true lists instead of using paragraph or line breaks to mimic the structure of a list.

Creating A List

Unordered List

To create an unordered list, click the Bullet List icon Unordered List Icon in the text editor formatting bar and begin to create your list. Highlight existing text and click the Bullet List icon Unordered List Icon to turn it into an unordered list.

  • List item 1
  • List item 2
  • List item 3
  • List item 4

Numbered List

To create a numbered list, click the Numbered List icon  in the text editor formatting bar and begin to create your list. Highlight existing text and click the Numbered List icon  to turn it into a numbered list.

  1. List item 1
  2. List item 2
  3. List item 3
  4. List item 4

Removing A List

To remove a list's formatting and return it to normal text, first identify the type of list it is. When you highlight an existing list, the corresponding formatting bar list icon (Unordered List Icon or ) appears depressed. Click the depressed icon and the icon should return to a normal state, removing any list formatting.