Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Start or Restart Numbering for Lists

Created: Thursday, January 22, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am

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Imagine that you have a long numbered list that forms the content within your PowerPoint slide. Now, it is not uncommon for slides to have numbered lists that comprise twenty lines, and that is singularly unfortunate because even if members of your audience have perfect eyesight, they won’t be able to read the teeny-weeny sized text! And let us face the fact that too much text is downright boring, and nowadays any sort of bulleted or numbered lists seem to signify a poorly designed slide. One approach you can take to combat this problem is by dividing your list across multiple slides — but even then PowerPoint may default to numbering your lists at 1 on each slide — even when you want it to start at 6, 11, or 16! Luckily, that is an easier problem to resolve, as explained in this tutorial.

Learn how to start or restart the numbering for numbered list in PowerPoint 2013.

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