Position (List Styles - Legacy)
Set indent, spacing, and alignment options for numbering symbols, such as numbers or bullets, to ordered and unordered lists.
Choose - Position tab.
Choose (Command+TF11) - choose List Styles - context menu of an entry - choose - Position tab.
Choose - choose List Styles - context menu of an entry - choose - Position tab.
Select the level(s) that you want to modify. To apply the options to all the levels, select “1-10”.
LibreOffice Writer uses the position controls shown here when opening documents that use a different method for positioning and spacing. For default controls see Position (List Styles).
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 area. 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.
Width of numbering
Enter the width of the numbering area. The numbering symbol can be left, center or right in this area.
Minimum space between numbering and text.
The alignment of the numbering symbol is adjusted to get the desired minimum space. If it is not possible because the numbering area is not wide enough, then the start of the text is adjusted.
Aligns the numbering symbol left, center, or right in the numbering area. The position might be adjusted to maintain the minimum space.
The Numbering alignment option does not set the alignment of the paragraph.
Resets the indent and the spacing values to the default values.
Displays a preview of the current selection.
Saves or loads a chapter numbering format. A saved chapter numbering format is available to load into other text documents.
The Load/Save button is only available for chapter numbering. Use List styles to save formatting for ordered or unordered lists.
Resets changes made to the current tab to those applicable when this dialog was opened.
Applies modifications on all tabs without closing dialog. Cannot be reverted with Reset.
This control appears only when modifying a List style.