You can quickly add bullets or sequential numbers to existing lines of text, or you can automatically create bulleted and numbered lists as you type. If you're creating bulleted lists for web pages, you can use any picture as a bullet.
You can set many other properties for a list, such as margins and text properties, by applying a style to the list or a particular list item. For more information, see Create a style.
In Design view or Code view, in your web page, place your cursor where you want to create a list, and then do one of the following:
To create a regular bulleted list, on the Formatting toolbar, either click Bullets or click the Style box, and then select Unordered List <ul>.
To create a regular numbered list, on either the Common or Formatting toolbar click Numbering , or click the Style box, and select Ordered List <ol>.
To create a list that uses a picture to mark each list item, on the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering. In the List Properties dialog box, click the Picture Bullets tab. Under Picture, either select Use current CSS Style to use the image specified by a CSS Style or select Specify picture to choose a picture. If you selected Specify picture, click Browse and select a picture and click Open, and then click OK.
To create a custom bulleted list, on the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering. In the List Properties dialog box, click the Plain Bullets tab, click a bullet style, and click OK.
To create a custom numbered list, on the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering. In the List Properties dialog box, click the Numbers tab, and click a number style. To set the starting number, under Start at, type a number, and click OK.
For each item or line of text that you want in the list, type the text, and then press ENTER to add a bullet or number to the list.
When you have typed the last item, press ENTER twice to end the list.