- Begin a numbered list with the icon for creating a numbered list.
2. Apply the “list style” “Numbering 1”.
This was done because I would like to control the layout of numbered list items. Using Format, Bullets and numbering only sets the current numbered list – not future numbered lists, making each numbered list effectively custom formatted.
I now want to create a new numbered list so I:
3. Begin a numbered list with the icon for creating a numbered list.
4. OOPS – notice this list is numbered 3 and 4. It should have been 1 and 2
Until I figure out how to control formatting for all the numbered lists, using the style “Numbering 1” seemed a good work around except – each numbered list is not reset to 1. According to LibreOffice documentation (https://help.libreoffice.org/Writer/Modifying_Numbering_in_a_Numbered_List)
“Choose Format - Bullets and Numbering, and then click the Options tab.” HOWEVER, there is no Options tab. Changing the starting number in the customize tab, would cause both numbered lists in this example to change. It’s as if the second numbered list is an extension of the first.