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    When setting up a multilevel list, I used to be able to start at the highest level, and then when I needed a lower level I would just hit the TAB key. Now this simply inserts a tab in the line. I have tried some alternative keystrokes, such as ALT TAB, CTRL TAB, and the like. Nothing seems to work. And it sure is slow going whenever you have to keep changing the level:
    --Open the ribbon;
    --Open the HOME tab
    --click on Multilevel List;
    --Click on Change List Level;
    --Choose the level you want)

    Is there another way?
    [I have been here for years; I had to get things restarted]

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    The built-in shortcut for demoting a list level is Alt+Shft+right arrow. The feature you describe is part of autocorrect as you type. But I'm not sure which one.

    Pam
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    Quote Originally Posted by PamCaswell View Post
    The built-in shortcut for demoting a list level is Alt+Shft+right arrow. The feature you describe is part of autocorrect as you type. But I'm not sure which one.

    Pam

    Thank you.
    [I have been here for years; I had to get things restarted]

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