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My suggestion is to go to Format > Bullets and Numbering > Options


   1. Select the level from the left
   2. Change the "Numbering" drop-down to "Bullet"
   3. Then choose "Bullets" from the only other drop-down left
   4. Then use the button labelled "..." to choose the bullet you want.

On Saturday, 23 February 2013, Kevin O'Brien wrote:

Is it possible to create nested bullet lists where each level has a
different bullet type? Somehow I am failing to do it, even when I see what
looks like possibilities. For example, if you open the Numbering Style
window, go to the Outline tab, and look at the bottom right selection it
looks like what I want to do, but selecting it does  not create this type
of nested list. And when I go to the Options tab it lets me select
different characters for each level, but it won't let me apply them. I'm
thinking I may be missing some basic part of this that makes everything
work. Can anyone shed light on this?

Thank you,

Kevin B. O'Brien

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