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-------- Original message --------
From: Steve Edmonds <>
Date:08/12/2015  4:15 PM  (GMT-05:00)
To: elderdanlewis <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Paragraph styles in lists

I am not sure this is what I was after.
If I create a list, initially everything is on level one.
I would like it so that if I demote an item to level 2 the style is
automatically changed to the style defined for level 2. When I tried your
suggestion I had to manually apply the List 2 style to the paragraph. Steve

I'm coming late into this discussion, but if I understand what you want to do, 
you need to create a List style with two or more levels. 

Press F11 to open the Styles and Formatting window in the sidebar, then select 
the List Styles button and create or modify a list style with several levels 
using the Options tab. For each level, you will want a different numbering 

When you go to apply the style, press the Tab key to use the level below your 
present one at the cursor position, or Shift+Tab to use the level above your 
current one.





-------- Original message --------
From: Steve Edmonds
Date:08/10/2015 10:41 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Paragraph styles in lists

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

Bruce Byfield 604-421-7189 (on Pacific time)

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