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You need to amend the style sheet. Create a new style for your bullets, amend the line spacing and apply this to the text.1 person found this helpful
Something isnt working for me.
I have this topic (and all topics) using the default.css.
I clicked Format> Styles and selected the Lists style from the Other option. Then I clicked Format> Paragraph and changed Line Spacing to Double. It doest seem to do anything.
What do you think I am doing wrong?
Sorry to stick my nose in, but I'm not sure if Colum is referring to the actual "Line spacing" box in the paragraph formatting. If you use the line spacing box, your spacing will be applied to every single line, not just in between list items. Instead, you'll want to put some value in the After box.1 person found this helpful
When you edit the Lists style, you're changing the OL and UL tags. So in theory, anything you do to that style applies to the list as a whole and not to individual list items.
Colum was talking about creating a new "Other" style (or maybe a paragraph style, but list items aren't paragraphs, though RH tags them that way). Then, while still in the Styles dialog, you'd go to Format > Bullets and Numbering, and select the numbering you want. In Format > Paragraph, put a value in the After box to get your spacing between list items.
Then apply this new style to your list items.
had to delete what I wrote. someone replied as I was writing this...
Then I'll remove this reply, too--doesn't make sense if I leave it as is...1 person found this helpful
sweet. Thanks Benja... I have been losing sleep over this. that worked awesome. so simple!
Sorry. doesnt seem to be doing exactly what I want. This puts spacing after each line. I just want spaces in between numbered items. I have some numbered items that are multiple lines.
wait. Benjaminson's answer which I am about to mark as THE ANSWER is correct. For some reason, RH was double spacing as well. I took care of that and I think I will be on my way!