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Zoals je onderstaand kun lezen is in de Engelstalige UI, Genummerde lijst
veranderd in Geordende lijst en Lijst met opsommingstekens in Ongeordende
En ook is op een aantal plaatsen Nummering vervagen door Lijst. (zie onder)
Gaan we hier in de vertaling in mee f houden we vast aan de (vertouwde)

Met vriendelijke groet,

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Date: di 3 aug. 2021 om 06:36
Subject: Fwd: [libreoffice-documentation] Changes to list terminology
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Onderwerp: [libreoffice-documentation] Changes to list terminology
Datum: 02.08.2021 07:33
Afzender: Jean Weber <>
Ontvanger: LibreOffice Documentation

Hello team,

The release notes don't mention this, but anyone updating user guides
needs to be aware: list terminology has changed. In some, but not all,
instances "Numbered" is now "Ordered" and "Bulletted" is now
"Unordered". Some context menus now have "List" instead of "Bullets
and Numbering" and "No list" instead of "Numbering off". Paragraph and
Paragraph Style dialogs have "Outline & List" tab instead of "Outline
& Numbering" and field names on that tab have changed. There are other
examples; these are the ones I remember from Writer. You can't do a
global replace, because in some cases the terms have not changed.

Peter, I have now changed the terms where they occur in your edited
copy of the GS with Impress chapter. They'll be in the Draw chapter as


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