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Old 06-30-2011, 02:25 AM
Jamal NUMAN Jamal NUMAN is offline Why there is no "Modify List style" for the Lists??? Windows XP Why there is no "Modify List style" for the Lists??? Office 2007
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Question Why there is no "Modify List style" for the Lists???

Why there is no "Modify List style" for the Lists???

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Hi Jamal,

You make modifications via 'Define New Multilevel List'
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