Here you can create a List Style. The List Styles are organized in the Styles window.
Choose (Command+TF11) - open context menu (for List Styles).
When a List Style is created, a name is assigned to the style. The list style can be applied to paragraphs or assigned to a paragraph style in the Apply List Style section of the Outline & List tab.
Ordered lists and unordered lists created in the Bullets and Numbering dialog or with the Toggle Ordered List and Toggle Unordered List icons of the Formatting bar use direct formatting. They are not list styles.
Displays different bullet types that you can apply to a list.
Displays different numbering schemes that you can apply.
Displays the different formats that you can apply to a hierarchical list. LibreOffice supports up to nine outline levels in a list hierarchy.
Displays the different graphics that you can use as bullets in an unordered list.
Set indent, spacing, and alignment options for numbering symbols, such as numbers or bullets, to ordered and unordered lists.
Sets the formatting options for ordered or unordered lists. If you want, you can apply formatting to individual levels in the list hierarchy.
Resets modified values on the current tab back to the values when the dialog was opened. If Apply is used before closing the dialog, then values are reset to those after the last use of Apply.
Applies modifications on all tabs without closing dialog. Cannot be reverted with Reset.
Saves all changes and closes dialog.
Closes dialog and discards changes on all tabs. If Apply was used, then changes after the last use of Apply are discarded.