In Printing documents a chunk of text is
some times set off from its surrounding by intending its left
and right margins. You can specify the way you want to indent
a paragraph. For example, you can indent the right or left
side of a paragraph or just indent the first line.
You can align text to the left, right or
center of the page. The alignment setting affects all text
in the paragraph. You can change a style with your alignment
settings so that you only need to set your preferences once.
Then, just apply the style to new text, and your alignment
settings will be applied automatically.
You use a bulleted list for items that need
to particular order, although there's sometimes an implemented
grading of importance within it. (Formally, these are called
"unordered list") Bulleted lists can summarize important
points in an argument or emphasize key items of information.
Numbered list are somewhat less common on
the Web that bulleted lists. They're used for table of contents
for establishing a rank order from highest to lowest. Because
of the numbering they are formally called "ordered list".
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