Lists

Lists

Select the appropriate list type to present a sequence of items.

Enumerated lists

Use the enumerated list formatting for a sequence of items whose order matters.

Input

During the migration process the target host:

#. Ensures that live migration is enabled.
#. Installs the base VHD if it is not already present.

Output

During the migration process the target host:

  1. Ensures that live migration is enabled.

  2. Installs the base VHD if it is not already present.

Bulleted lists

Use the bulleted list for a sequence of items that can happen in any order or whose order does not matter.

Input

Valid formats include:

* PNG
* JPG
* GIF
* SVG

Output

Valid formats include:

  • PNG

  • JPG

  • GIF

  • SVG

Definition lists

Use the definition list for an unordered list in which each item has a short term. For example, key, option, or phrase, followed by its definition.

Consider using a variable list instead of:

  • An itemized list when your list has a regular pattern of key/value or term/definition pairs.

  • A two-column table where the first column lists items of a consistent type and the second column describes the items.

Input

Spellchecking
 Process of correcting spelling

Pagebreaking
 Process of breaking pages

Output

Spellchecking

Process of correcting spelling

Pagebreaking

Process of breaking pages

Mixed lists

Use the mixed types of lists to nest lists of different types.

Input

#. The system exposes these components to users:

   Component A
    Description of A.

   Component B
    Description of B.

   Component C
    Description of C.  Note: C is available only for these OS's:

    * Linux
    * Mac OS X

#. API libraries are available.

Output

  1. The system exposes these components to users:

    Component A

    Description of A.

    Component B

    Description of B.

    Component C

    Description of C. Note: C is available only for these OS’s:

    • Linux

    • Mac OS X

  2. API libraries are also available.

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