This class is used to represent a list in a Word document. Lists are part of the BlockElement objects of an Element. Using this class, Lists can be read and written. Lists contain list entries, which are basically paragraphs with additional features.
RemarksTo create a new list, use Element.InsertListBefore() or Element.InsertListAfter(). To get an existing list, use Element.GetElements(Element.Type).
The following sample demonstrates how to create a new list at the end of a document as well as how to get the first list of a document.
int representing the number of contiguous entries in this lst.
|Returns a ListEntry object representing an empty list entry added to the end of the list, which is indented to the level specified. Level can be between 0 and 8 (9 levels total).
|Returns a ListEntry object representing the entry at a specified index. The index of list entries starts at 0.
|Returns a ListLevel object representing a particular level for this lst. The levels start at 0 and end at 8 (9 levels total).
|Returns a ListEntry object representing an empty list entry that is inserted at the given index, which is indented to the level specified. index and level start at 0. The maximum level is 8 (9 levels total).