RoboHelp 2019 New UI - spacing between bulleted list

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Sep 18, 2020

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I truly do try to investigate on my own before  posting on here.

I have bulleted lists with multiple indentions. This is how one section looks:

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How do I put space betwen each line that isn't as big as doing Shift/Enter?

Thanks so much for everyone's patience with me as I learn this new version of RoboHelp.

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Correct answer by Peter Grainge | Adobe Community Professional

No need to apologise. It's all new and it was a learning curve for all of us. It's what the forum is for.

 

  1. Click in one of the list items.
  2. Go to Properties > Styles and change the setting to All.
  3. Scroll down and the list style you are using will be highlighted.
  4. Click the pencil icon to edit the style.
  5. The CSS editor opens.
  6. Change Apply Formatting To to Content.
  7. Expand Layout and look for Margin.
  8. Click the chain icon to see all four margins.
  9. Set margin below to whatever you want. Try 6pt to start with or use your preferred unit of measurement.
  10. Click in any of the other margin fields and you will see the change in the preview.
  11. Return to your topic and if it is as you want, save and close the editor.

 

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RoboHelp 2019 New UI - spacing between bulleted list

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Sep 18, 2020

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I truly do try to investigate on my own before  posting on here.

I have bulleted lists with multiple indentions. This is how one section looks:

Space between bullets.jpg

How do I put space betwen each line that isn't as big as doing Shift/Enter?

Thanks so much for everyone's patience with me as I learn this new version of RoboHelp.

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Peter Grainge | Adobe Community Professional

No need to apologise. It's all new and it was a learning curve for all of us. It's what the forum is for.

 

  1. Click in one of the list items.
  2. Go to Properties > Styles and change the setting to All.
  3. Scroll down and the list style you are using will be highlighted.
  4. Click the pencil icon to edit the style.
  5. The CSS editor opens.
  6. Change Apply Formatting To to Content.
  7. Expand Layout and look for Margin.
  8. Click the chain icon to see all four margins.
  9. Set margin below to whatever you want. Try 6pt to start with or use your preferred unit of measurement.
  10. Click in any of the other margin fields and you will see the change in the preview.
  11. Return to your topic and if it is as you want, save and close the editor.

 

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No need to apologise. It's all new and it was a learning curve for all of us. It's what the forum is for.

 

  1. Click in one of the list items.
  2. Go to Properties > Styles and change the setting to All.
  3. Scroll down and the list style you are using will be highlighted.
  4. Click the pencil icon to edit the style.
  5. The CSS editor opens.
  6. Change Apply Formatting To to Content.
  7. Expand Layout and look for Margin.
  8. Click the chain icon to see all four margins.
  9. Set margin below to whatever you want. Try 6pt to start with or use your preferred unit of measurement.
  10. Click in any of the other margin fields and you will see the change in the preview.
  11. Return to your topic and if it is as you want, save and close the editor.

 

Please use the blue Reply button at the top to help me help you. The black Reply link nests replies and they sort out of order.

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Awesome! That worked. Thank you so much.

Nothing like chaging the UI to create more steps for the end user. This version of RoboHelp is cumbersome to use. I much prefer the old UI functionality. But, times must change. 🙂

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After a while you find you dislike having to go back to the Classic versions. It's just a familiarity thing.

 

Please use the blue Reply button at the top to help me help you. The black Reply link nests replies and they sort out of order.

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