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The way to handle this is to create a new style in your style sheet with the correct indentation and apply this inside your drop down.
Dropdown text is stored in the topic. Check the source code and output files for a clue. When using bullets, editing bulleted text, inserting a non-bulleted line and deleting it, and so on, I have seen negative indent values creep in where you wouldn't expect them to.
Also, locate the code where you think you inserted the increased indent.
Where bullets appear in the main text, look at the <li> and </li> tags, as well as <ol> and </ol> or <ul> and </ul>. Sometimes you can drop one or pick one up, which will confuse the indent.
With any luck, you'll find the problem in source file.
Colum's suggestion to apply a style to the dropdown text is a good idea, too. Still, if you've done a bit of editing in that area, tags can get confused.
Hope this helps.
Thanks - I had tried creating a new style for the indent, but was still having some problems with the alignment. I did finally get it worked out and everything aligns the way I want it. Appreciate the quick replies . . .