How to start a new list in Confluence 5.1.2

Hi There,

I was trying to make a new list in confluence but it just didn't work. Does anybody know how to do this?

Thanks in advance,

Daphne

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Hi Rodrigo,

I maybe have not expressed myself correctly but I'm trying this:

List 1:

  1. blah
  2. blah
  3. etc

List 2:

  1. blah
  2. blah
  3. blah

I can't seem to be able to do this.

Ah Now I Found Out What I did wrong (duh). I should first type something between the first list and the second list... I can delete the text after that and have a new list. Like so:

  1. item 1
  2. item 2
  3. item 3
blah blah
  1. item 1
  2. item 2
  3. item 3

Then delete blah blah:

  1. item 1
  2. item 2
  3. item 3
  1. item 1
  2. item 2
  3. item 3

Tada! Done... Pff.

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Hi Daphne,

In confluence 5.1.2, there is a list macro which shows labels of the current space.

To make it work, please go to Insert > Other Macros and then select the list macro there to add the macro.

About the macro functionalities, you might want to have a look in this documentation.

I hope that helps!

Rodrigo

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