How often do you type bulleted or numbered New Zealand WhatsApp Number List lists? If you are like me it will be fairly regularly. Do you always get your lists into the correct order the first time? Personally, I always need to reorganize even if I think I am getting my list right the first time. Let me share with you a quick and New Zealand WhatsApp Number List easy way to reorder a list in Microsoft Word, Outlook or New Zealand WhatsApp Number List PowerPoint. Lists are a fabulous way to present ideas. They tend to be short and to the point and therefore quicker to scan your eyes down.
Start a list using the Bullets or New Zealand WhatsApp Number List Numbering commands in the Paragraph group of the Home ribbon or from your Right-click menu. TIP: Use your keyboard to start a list. Type 1 followed by a period and a space for a numbered list, or by typing * followed by a space for a bulleted New Zealand WhatsApp Number List list. If you complete these keystrokes and you don't want to New Zealand WhatsApp Number List start an automatic list, click on the lightning bolt that appears and choose to undo the automatic list. Type everything you want to include in the list. Don't become distracted about the order. Allow your thoughts to flow by typing New Zealand WhatsApp Number List everything as it comes into your mind.
Read through your list, removing New Zealand WhatsApp Number List unnecessary points and editing where appropriate. Now that you have your ideas committed to paper, you are ready to reorganize your points. Put your cursor anywhere in the bullet point that you want to move. Because lists are a type of paragraph New Zealand WhatsApp Number List format, being in the paragraph is the same as selecting it in its New Zealand WhatsApp Number List entirety. You only need to select all the text of the bullet(s) if you are moving more than one bullet at a time. Hold down New Zealand WhatsApp Number List the Shift + Alt keys and then use the Up or Down arrows depending on the direction you want to move the bullet. You should see the text move one bullet each time you press the arrow key.