New Training: Beyond the Basics
In this 8-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Simona Millham dives a bit deeper into the functionality of Google Docs.
Gain an understanding of working with tabs and tables, using styles, adding graphics, creating templates, and customizing numbered lists. Watch this new training.
Watch the full course: Google Docs
This training includes:
53 minutes of training
You’ll learn these topics in this skill:
Customise Bullets and Numbering
Working with Numbered Lists in Google Docs
Google Docs is a great, cloud-based word processing application to Microsoft Word. Much like Word, Google Docs offers a standard feature set for creating documents. One of those features is numbered lists.
Number lists are easy to work with within Google Docs. If you would like to create a new numbered list, click the icon in the toolbar with the numbers '1, 2, and 3' followed by lines after those numbers in its icon. This will create a new, empty numbered list.
Likewise, if data is already entered into a Google Doc (Eg. The steps for a recipe), highlight that data and then press that same icon mentioned above. That will convert those steps into a formatted numbered list. Each entry in that numbered list will need to be on a new line. For instance, if you highlight an entire paragraph to convert to a numbered list, that entire paragraph will become line number 1 (it won't separate each sentence in a paragraph into different steps).
Should you want to customize your numbered list, click on any number in that numbered list to highlight it. Then right-click that highlighted number. A menu will appear with various options to customize that numbered list.