This class is used to create a list in a Word document. It is used in
In Word, lists are not ranged entities, meaning you can't actually add one to
the document. Lists only act as properties for list entries. Once you
register a list, you can add list entries to a document that are a part of
The only benefit of this that I see, is that you can add a list entry
anywhere in the document and continue numbering from the previous list.
true if the list should be numbered; false if it should be
The document's stylesheet.
if ( ilfo == 0 || ilfo == 0xF801 )
else if ( 0x0001 <= ilfo && ilfo <= 0x07FE )
else if ( 0xF802 <= ilfo && ilfo <= 0xFFFF )
int nilfo = ilfo ^ 0xFFFF;
+ " is more than number of level for list ("
An MSONFC, as specified in [MS-OSHARED] section 188.8.131.52, that specifies
the format of the level numbers that replace the placeholders for this
level in the xst fields of the LVLs in this list. This value MUST not be
equal to 0x08, 0x09, 0x0F, or 0x13. If this is equal to 0xFF or 0x17,
this level does not have a number sequence and therefore has no number
formatting. If this is equal to 0x17, the level uses bullets.
"The type of character following the number text for the paragraph: 0 == tab, 1 == space, 2 == nothing."
boolean ignoreLogicalLeftIdentation )
Sets the character properties of the list numbers.
the level number that the properties should apply to.
The character properties.
Sets the paragraph properties for a particular level of the list.
The level number.
The paragraph properties