Microsoft Word Suite
Class: list gallery
Represents a single gallery of list formats. Each list gallery object represents one of the three tabs in
the Bullets and Numbering dialog box.
To return a single list gallery object, use the get list gallery command.
The following example returns the third list format (excluding None) on the Bulleted tab in the
Bullets and Numbering dialog box and then applies it to the selection.
set temp3 to list template 3 of (get list gallery bullet gallery)
apply list format template (list format of text object of selection) ¬
Class: list level
Represents a single list level, either the only level for a bulleted or numbered list, or one of the nine
levels of an outline numbered list.
Use list level index, where index is a number from 1 through 9, to return a single list level object.
The following example sets list level one of list template one in the active document to start at 4.
set start at of list level 1 of list template 1 of active document to 4
The list level object gives you access to all the formatting properties for the specified list level, such
as the alignment, font object, number format, number position, number style, and trailing character
To apply a list level, first identify the list or list format, and then use the apply list template or
apply list format template command. Each tab at the beginning of the paragraph is translated into a
list level. For example, a paragraph that begins with three tabs will become a level three list
paragraph after the apply list template or apply list format template command is used.
Returns a number that indicates the position of the list level in the list levels list. Read-only.
Returns or sets a
object that represents the character formatting of the specified list level.
To set this property, specify an expression that returns a font object. Read/write.
Returns or sets the name of the style that's linked to the specified list level object. Read/write.