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On 2015-08-13 18:07, Piet van Oostrum wrote:
Steve Edmonds wrote:

  > On 2015-08-13 10:27, Bruce Byfield wrote:
  > >> -------- 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
  > >>
  > >> Hi.
  > >> 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
  > > system.
  > >
  > > 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.
  > >
  > Hi. Partly correct. I want to create lists with more than one level (2-3
  > generally) and have the paragraph style of the text change to a
  > predefined style as I demote or promote the level of a paragraph. I.e. a
  > different paragraph style is associated with each level.
  > steve

Hi Steve,

Did you read my answer to your question? I think that solves it.
Sorry, missed that. Works great thanks.
Cheers, steve

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