Specifies what prefix character should precede each list item. For example, the style may suggest the character type (“simple” or “ordered”), or the style may name the character explicitly (“lower-alpha” for a list numbered “a.”, “b.”, “c.”).
|A word||A word that either (1) specifies the character to be used for the list-item prefix (for example, the word “bullet” for a list with bulleted items) or (2) describes the appearance or format of the list items (for example, the word “simple” for a list that has no prefix character before each list item or the word “ordered” for a numbered list whose prefix style is set at display time).|
Although designed to accept any text as its value, the following are suggested list types, which name the prefix character for each item in the list:
Ordered list. Prefix character is a number or a letter, depending on style.
Unordered or bulleted list. Prefix character is a bullet, dash, or other symbol.
Ordered list. Prefix character is a lowercase alphabetical character.
Ordered list. Prefix character is an uppercase alphabetical character.
Ordered list. Prefix character is a lowercase roman numeral.
Ordered list. Prefix character is an uppercase roman numeral.
Simple or plain list (No prefix character before each item)