Hanging Indents Printing Knowledge
Hanging Indents

Use hanging indents for bulleted and numbered lists. Set the tab in the place where the text begins after a bullet or number and then set the left indent to be the same amount and the first line indent to a negative number of the same amount. Do not put in a hard return and tab over. This makes it difficult to make changes or edit the text later. Hanging indents are illustrated in the two examples below.


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