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ListTemplateType Enumeration

Specifies one of the predefined list formats available in Microsoft Word.

Namespace: SautinSoft.Document
Assembly: SautinSoft.Document (in SautinSoft.Document.dll) Version: 2024.7.18
Syntax
public enum ListTemplateType
Members
Member nameValueDescription
Bullet0 Bullet for a first level is disc.
BulletCircle1 Bullet for a first level is circle.
BulletSquare2 Bullet for a first level is square.
BulletDiamonds3 Bullet for a first level is diamond.
BulletArrow4 Bullet for a first level is arrow.
BulletCheckmark5 Bullet for a first level is checkmark.
LowerLetterWithBracket6 The number of the first level is "a)".
NumberWithDot7 The number of the first level is "1.".
NumberWithBracket8 The number of the first level is "1)".
UpperRomanNumberWithDot9 The number of the first level is "I.".
UpperLetterWithDot10 The number of the first level is "A.".
LowerLetterWithDot11 The number of the first level is "a.".
LowerRomanNumberWithDot12 The number of the first level is "i.".
Example

See Developer Guide: How to create a simple document with ordered and unordered lists

How to create a simple document with ordered and unordered lists using C#
using SautinSoft.Document;

namespace Sample
{
    class Sample
    {

        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            // Get your free 100-day key here:   
            // https://sautinsoft.com/start-for-free/

            SimpleLists();
        }

        /// <summary>
        /// How to create a simple document with ordered and unordered lists. 
        /// </summary>
        /// <remarks>
        /// Details: https://sautinsoft.com/products/document/help/net/developer-guide/lists.php
        /// </remarks>        
        public static void SimpleLists()
        {
            string documentPath = @"Lists.pdf";

            // Let's create a simple document.
            DocumentCore dc = new DocumentCore();

            // Add a new section.
            Section s = new Section(dc);
            dc.Sections.Add(s);

            string[] myCollection = new string[] { "One", "Two", "Three", "Four", "Five" };

            // Create new ordered list style.
            ListStyle ordList = new ListStyle("Simple Numbers", ListTemplateType.NumberWithDot);
            foreach (ListLevelFormat f in ordList.ListLevelFormats)
            {
                f.CharacterFormat.Size = 14;
            }
            dc.Styles.Add(ordList);

            // Add caption
            dc.Content.Start.Insert("This is a simple ordered list:", new CharacterFormat() { Size = 14.0, FontColor = Color.Black });

            // Add the collection of paragraphs marked as ordered list.
            int level = 0;
            foreach (string listText in myCollection)
            {
                Paragraph p = new Paragraph(dc);
                dc.Sections[0].Blocks.Add(p);

                p.Content.End.Insert(listText, new CharacterFormat() { Size = 14.0, FontColor = Color.Black });
                p.ListFormat.Style = ordList;
                p.ListFormat.ListLevelNumber = level;
                p.ParagraphFormat.SpaceAfter = 0;
            }

            // Add the collection of paragraphs marked as unordered list (bullets).

            // Add caption
            dc.Content.End.Insert("\n\nThis is a simple bulleted list:", new CharacterFormat() { Size = 14.0, FontColor = Color.Black });

            // Create list style.
            ListStyle bullList = new ListStyle("Bullets", ListTemplateType.Bullet);
            dc.Styles.Add(bullList);

            level = 0;
            foreach (string listText in myCollection)
            {
                Paragraph p = new Paragraph(dc);
                dc.Sections[0].Blocks.Add(p);

                p.Content.End.Insert(listText, new CharacterFormat() { Size = 14.0, FontColor = Color.Black });
                p.ListFormat.Style = bullList;
                p.ListFormat.ListLevelNumber = level;
                p.ParagraphFormat.SpaceAfter = 0;
            }

            // Save our document into PDF format.
            dc.Save(documentPath, new PdfSaveOptions() { Compliance = PdfCompliance.PDF_A1a });

            // Open the result for demonstration purposes.
            System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(new System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo(documentPath) { UseShellExecute = true });
        }
    }
}
How to create a simple document with ordered and unordered lists using VB.Net
Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports SautinSoft.Document

Module Sample
    Sub Main()
        SimpleLists()
    End Sub
    ''' Get your free 100-day key here:   
    ''' https://sautinsoft.com/start-for-free/
    ''' <summary>
    ''' How to create a simple document with ordered and unordered lists. 
    ''' </summary>
    ''' <remarks>
    ''' Details: https://sautinsoft.com/products/document/help/net/developer-guide/lists.php
    ''' </remarks>
    Sub SimpleLists()
        Dim documentPath As String = "Lists.pdf"

        ' Let's create a simple document.
        Dim dc As New DocumentCore()

        ' Add a new section.
        Dim s As New Section(dc)
        dc.Sections.Add(s)

        Dim myCollection() As String = {"One", "Two", "Three", "Four", "Five"}

        ' Create new ordered list style.
        Dim ordList As New ListStyle("Simple Numbers", ListTemplateType.NumberWithDot)
        For Each f As ListLevelFormat In ordList.ListLevelFormats
            f.CharacterFormat.Size = 14
        Next f
        dc.Styles.Add(ordList)

        ' Add caption
        dc.Content.Start.Insert("This is a simple ordered list:", New CharacterFormat() With {
            .Size = 14.0,
            .FontColor = Color.Black
        })

        ' Add the collection of paragraphs marked as ordered list.
        Dim level As Integer = 0
        For Each listText As String In myCollection
            Dim p As New Paragraph(dc)
            dc.Sections(0).Blocks.Add(p)

            p.Content.End.Insert(listText, New CharacterFormat() With {
                .Size = 14.0,
                .FontColor = Color.Black
            })
            p.ListFormat.Style = ordList
            p.ListFormat.ListLevelNumber = level
            p.ParagraphFormat.SpaceAfter = 0
        Next listText

        ' Add the collection of paragraphs marked as unordered list (bullets).

        ' Add caption
        dc.Content.End.Insert(vbLf & vbLf & "This is a simple bulleted list:", New CharacterFormat() With {
            .Size = 14.0,
            .FontColor = Color.Black
        })

        ' Create list style.
        Dim bullList As New ListStyle("Bullets", ListTemplateType.Bullet)
        dc.Styles.Add(bullList)

        level = 0
        For Each listText As String In myCollection
            Dim p As New Paragraph(dc)
            dc.Sections(0).Blocks.Add(p)

            p.Content.End.Insert(listText, New CharacterFormat() With {
                .Size = 14.0,
                .FontColor = Color.Black
            })
            p.ListFormat.Style = bullList
            p.ListFormat.ListLevelNumber = level
            p.ParagraphFormat.SpaceAfter = 0
        Next listText

        ' Save our document into PDF format.
        dc.Save(documentPath, New PdfSaveOptions() With {.Compliance = PdfCompliance.PDF_A1a})

        ' Open the result for demonstration purposes.
        System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(New System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo(documentPath) With {.UseShellExecute = True})
    End Sub
End Module
See Also