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How to format a list in a specific way in Microsoft Word 2007?
January 2, 2009
How can I create a justified list in Microsoft Word 2007, as seen
I would like to know how to format a list in Microsoft Word 2007, to look like the lists (except the first one) on
this page of Adobe Illustrator keyboard shortcuts
The list needs to be left and right justified, and to have 'dots' in the space between the text at the left and the text at the right.
Is there any way to achieve this with automatic formatting?
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A table with two columns would let you do left and right-justification. The dots, I don't know.
on January 2, 2009
Format > Style > Tabs > Alignment = Right, Leader = Ellipses.
on January 2, 2009 [
For anyone using the ribbon set up in Word 2007, start in the
tab, expand the
options, click on
, and enter an amount in the 'Tab stop position' field, before defining the
on January 3, 2009
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