I have not tested, but I think either of the following have potential:
In both cases, make the bulleted portion the level 1 number, then....
Use a custom font (make it yourself using IndyFont: Adobe Community: [Ann] IndyFont Demo: make your own (1 character) font ) to substitute the box for the standard digit.
Don't include the number prefix for this level (a standard method for resetting the list by making body text part of the list and calling it "0") and insert your checkbox glyph as the first character of the paragraph.
You could do this
Make the the line with a tick box a numbered list.
The line with the tick box is a numbered list - but I've set the character style to Wingdings and just put o^t
o being the square in wingdings
Start at 0
Then numberlist continued is set to "continue from previous number"
Absolutely right and clever!
Yeah, much better.
Great idea - I had tried something similar yesterday with no luck, because not including an actual number in the number style made the second-level list numbers continue on with c, d, e, etc.
BUT... I tried again this morning, and discovered the TRICK is to change Mode from Continue from Previous to Start At... Voila!
See my example.
The numbered list for the square is set to Start at 0
And the continued numbered list is set to continue from previous.
Yeh I don't think you should be allowed to mark your own answer as correct lol.
Anyway - I'm sure there's plenty of ways.
I've fixed the correct attribution.
Aha! I've given another good way too! may I have 10 points too!
You have to settle for 5.
Sometimes I wish the points system wasn't in play, as it can be squirmish to see you gave the right answer, spent time, thought and energy to get the answer right, then someone else gets your "points" and it's like... erm...
These are not points that count or what others think of you! ...
What matters is that you're thinking of you!
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