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Using the CTRL + image or image shortcuts to move between different heading levels works perfect. But if you use list styles it doesn’t switch the other defined types than headings. That’s because these shortcuts are the OutlinePromote and OutlineDemote shortcuts.

Solution

If you like to switch between the levels of a list style you have to use the decrease and increase indent buttons in the toolbar (image). To access this functionality via shortcut you have to add own one.

Remarks

Customize shortcuts to allow de- and increasing in list styles via shortcuts

  1. Start customizing with right mouse click on ribbon element and select “Customize the Ribbon…”
    image
  2. Press “Customize…” button by “Keyboard shortcuts:”
    image 
  3. Select “All commands” in left listbox “Categories:”
    image
  4. Select “IncreaseIndent” in the right listbox “Commands:”
    image
  5. Set cursor in “Press new shortcut key:” field and define your shortcut (e.g. Alt + Ctrl + Shift + image) and assign it via “Assign” button
    image
  6. Repeat it similar for “DecreaseIndent”
posted on Monday, May 27, 2013 7:28 AM

Feedback

# re: Shortcut for indention decreasing and increasing in list styles 12/23/2015 6:53 PM Arush
But here my Q.
Is there a way to increase the size of just the bullet list-style-type using CSS? I don't want to increase the size of the bullet text, just the bullet type. I can't use images or JavaScript either. It has to be something I can embed inside <style> tags within the <head> tag.

Regards: http://mcxbulliontips.in/

# re: Shortcut for indention decreasing and increasing in list styles 5/10/2016 1:18 PM Sehnaaz
If the ul or ol element has the list-style-position set to outside (or omitted), then setting the padding-left property of the li element will increase the space. GoaPackages

# re: Shortcut for indention decreasing and increasing in list styles 12/4/2016 11:42 AM Malik Wolf
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