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Lists are a type of display format for data in horizontal or (preferably) vertical form. Lists are used to organise information. The rich text editor offers two types of lists: structured and unstructured lists.

  • In a structured list, list items are subject to a specific order. Structured lists usually have numbered items. A chart list (Top 10, for example) is a typical example of a structured list.

  • In an unstructured list, the order of the list items does not play any role. The list items are usually preceded by a list element marker (bullet). A shopping list is a typical element of an unstructured list.

Online editors should always use lists if similar contents are to be recorded. It is possible to cascade lists with the buttons "Decrease indent" and "Increase indent".