list_levels property

List.list_levels property

Gets the collection of list levels for this list.

def list_levels(self) -> aspose.words.lists.ListLevelCollection:


Use this property to access and modify formatting individual to each level of the list.


Shows how to apply custom list formatting to paragraphs when using DocumentBuilder.

doc = aw.Document()

# A list allows us to organize and decorate sets of paragraphs with prefix symbols and indents.
# We can create nested lists by increasing the indent level.
# We can begin and end a list by using a document builder's "list_format" property.
# Each paragraph that we add between a list's start and the end will become an item in the list.
# Create a list from a Microsoft Word template, and customize the first two of its list levels.
list = doc.lists.add(aw.lists.ListTemplate.NUMBER_DEFAULT)

list_level = list.list_levels[0]
list_level.font.color =
list_level.font.size = 24
list_level.number_style = aw.NumberStyle.ORDINAL_TEXT
list_level.start_at = 21
list_level.number_format = "\u0000"

list_level.number_position = -36
list_level.text_position = 144
list_level.tab_position = 144

list_level = list.list_levels[1]
list_level.alignment = aw.lists.ListLevelAlignment.RIGHT
list_level.number_style = aw.NumberStyle.BULLET = "Wingdings"
list_level.font.color =
list_level.font.size = 24

# This NumberFormat value will create star-shaped bullet list symbols.
list_level.number_format = "\uf0af"
list_level.trailing_character = aw.lists.ListTrailingCharacter.SPACE
list_level.number_position = 144

# Create paragraphs and apply both list levels of our custom list formatting to them.
builder = aw.DocumentBuilder(doc)

builder.list_format.list = list
builder.writeln("The quick brown fox...")
builder.writeln("The quick brown fox...")

builder.writeln("jumped over the lazy dog.")
builder.writeln("jumped over the lazy dog.")

builder.writeln("The quick brown fox...")

builder.list_format.remove_numbers() + "Lists.create_custom_list.docx")

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