104. Next you need to create the numbered bullets.
These characters are available in the Zapf Dingbats
font. You also can make them yourself by creating a
black circle with another text box over the top of it
using white text of any font of your choosing. I prefer
the latter method for two reasons:
a.) You have more control over the typeface... and
b.) If the bullet is to appear over a non-white background,
the Zapf Dingbat font will be transparent and you will
have to place a white box under the character. However,
the white box must be trapped between the the number
and the black outline of the circle. It must be small
enough not exceed the boundary of the circle yet large
enough to cover the number.
It is a lot easier to opt for the method I suggest.
After checking the alignment of the black circle and
white text box, simply group them and they will stay
aligned. Then copy the group to create the remaining
bullets and edit each one to get the 1, 2, 3 and 4 numbers.
When you have positioned them to your satisfaction,
select them and copy them.
105. Copy the numbers to the Clipboard paste them into
the gray box and reposition them until it appeals to
you. Create horizontal lines using the Line tool and
use the default pen ink (black) and stroke width (1
106. This is a finished view of page three.
107. This is a finished view of page four. The manual
is now complete.