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This class is used to manipulate settings for a particular indent level. Things such as number and bullet text and indent change with each indent level in Word.



You cannot create a new ListLevel object using the new keyword. To get an instance of the ListLevel class, use the GetLevel() method of the List class, passing it the index of the level you want to retrieve.

To get an existing list entry, use the getEntry() method of the List class. getEntry accepts a parameter that represents the index of the entry to retrieve.

The following sample demonstrates how to get a ListLevel object for level 2 of a list.







Sets the bullet text that will be displayed at the current list level. It uses a pattern. If the text is ASCII codes 0-8, this represents the position of the list entry number for a particular level. A list is at a maximum nine levels deep. For example, in an outline you will have numbering that changes with the level such as 1.1, 1.1.2, and so on.


Sets or returns an int that represents the indentation for the body of the entry, in twips.


Sets or returns a WordNumberFormat object that represents the format for list numbers for this list level.


Sets or returns an int that represents the indent for the first line of the entry in twips. One twip = (1/20 pt) or (1/1440 in).
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