When working with lists in Microsoft Word, it's often convenient to use multilevel lists to better organize your content.
Word provides the ability to construct multilevel, auto-numbered lists within your document. It's simple to create and modify any type of multilevel list (i.e.numbered or bulleted) using Woodpecker and Word's auto-numbering feature together.
NOTE: At this time, multilevel lists are not supported by the Multi-populate feature.
Works with any multiline text field
Can be used with any Microsoft Word list style
(" ")at the beginning of a new line indicates a new list level
Step By Step Guide
Create a new multi-line text field (a "multiline conditional then type" works here as well).
Construct your list. A hard-line break (achieved by pressing "enter") indicates a new "top-level" list item. A hard-line break immediately followed by two spaces indicates a new list level.
3. Insert the field created in Step 2 within an existing list in your document. The field will inherit the text formatting that exists at that location.