Sets the indent, spacing, and alignment options for the numbered or bulleted list.
The Position tab page looks different for documents using the new position and spacing attributes introduced with OpenOffice.org 3.0 (and used in all versions of LibreOffice), or documents using the old attributes from versions before 3.0. The new version of this tab page shows the controls "Numbering followed by", "Numbering alignment", "Aligned at", and "Indent at". The old version of this tab page that can be seen in an old numbered or bulleted list shows the controls "Indent", "Width of numbering", "Minimum space between numbering and text", and "Numbering alignment".
Select the level(s) that you want to modify.
Numbering followed by
Select the element that will follow the numbering: a tab stop, a space, a line break, or nothing.
If you select a tab stop to follow the numbering, you can enter a non-negative value as the tab stop position.
Порамнување на нумерацијата
Set the alignment of the numbering symbols in the list. You cannot change the alignment if the values in the Spacing to text and the Minimum space numbering <-> boxes are the same, or too close together.
The Numbering alignment option does not set the alignment of the paragraph.
Enter the distance from the left page margin at which the numbering symbol will be aligned.
Enter the distance from the left page margin to the start of all lines in the numbered paragraph that follow the first line.
Enter the amount of space to leave between the left page margin (or the left edge of the text object) and the left edge of the numbering symbol. If the current paragraph style uses an indent, the amount you enter here is added to the indent.
Indents the current level relative to the previous level in the list hierarchy.
Space to text
Enter the amount of space to leave between the left edge of the numbering symbol and the left edge of the text.
Enter the minimum amount of space to leave between the right edge of the numbering symbol and the left edge of the text.
Resets the indent and the spacing values to the default values.