Adobe RoboHelp: Multilevel List Sub-Numbering

Adobe RoboHelp: Multilevel List Sub-Numbering

I originally wrote this article as a guest post on the IconLogic blog: http://iconlogic.blogs.com/weblog/2014/10/adobe-robohelp-multilevel-list-sub-numbering.html

A few weeks ago I showed you how you can use multilevel lists to easily create complex lists with multiple levels. But multilevel lists are far more powerful than I could show you in a single article. This week, I'm going to expand on the multi-level list theme by teaching you how to add sub-numbers to lists.

Sub-numbering is important for many procedures and legal documents. You simply can't have sub numbering in RoboHelp without multilevel lists, unless you want to manually type in all sub-numbers. But with multilevel lists, you control this behavior right from the style sheet!

To add sub-numbering to a Multilevel List, first Create a multilevel list. Then, on the Project Manager pod, double-click your style sheet to open the Styles dialog box. 

In the Styles dialog box, select your multilevel list. From the Apply Formatting To drop-down menu, choose a level that will use the sub-numbers.

Select the level to add subnumbering for

Click in the Edit Style field and, from the Insert Level drop-down menu, choose 1.

Select the level to take the numbering from

Click OK to close the Styles dialog and save your changes.

And that's it. From this point forward, any of your multilevel lists can include sub-numbering (as shown in the image below):

Sub-numbering applied

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