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Steve Edmonds wrote:

I have had a look in the help but can't see if I can achieve my desired 
Is it possible to assign a paragraph style based on the level in a list.
I.e. Level 1 text is regular, level 2 text is italic.
Thanks, steve

You can do this with a Conditional Paragraph Style. Look up 'single-style outlining' in the 
LibreOffice Writers Guide. You would then use the paragraph styles List 1, List 2, etc. or 
Numbering 1, Numbering 2 etc. for numbered lists. You can adapt these or make your own similar 
paragraph styles. Create a new paragraph style for example Nested List, make it a conditional 
style, and couple the Numbering levels to Numbering 1, Numbering 2, or List 1, List 2, etc.
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