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OverrideListLevel Interface

Provides override options for the ListLevel class.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraRichEdit.API.Native

Assembly: DevExpress.RichEdit.v19.1.Core.dll

Declaration

[ComVisible(true)]
public interface OverrideListLevel :
    ListLevel,
    ListLevelProperties
<ComVisible(True)>
Public Interface OverrideListLevel
    Inherits ListLevel,
             ListLevelProperties
[ComVisible(true)]
public interface OverrideListLevel :
    ListLevel,
    ListLevelProperties
<ComVisible(True)>
Public Interface OverrideListLevel
    Inherits ListLevel,
             ListLevelProperties

Remarks

The OverrideListLevel interface provides members used to override the list's starting number. Use these members when you create two NumberingList objects based on the same AbstractNumberingList instance.

The code sample below shows how to create two lists based on the same pattern, but with different starting numbers.

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document.BeginUpdate();

// Create a new list pattern object
AbstractNumberingList list = document.AbstractNumberingLists.Add();

// Specify the list's type
list.NumberingType = NumberingType.Simple;

ListLevel level = list.Levels[0];
level.Start = 1;
level.NumberingFormat = NumberingFormat.UpperRoman;
level.DisplayFormatString = "{0}.";

// Create new list objects based on the specified pattern
NumberingList bulletedList = document.NumberingLists.Add(0);
NumberingList overrideList = document.NumberingLists.Add(0);

// Change the start number for the second list
overrideList.Levels[0].SetOverrideStart(true);
overrideList.Levels[0].NewStart = 3;
document.EndUpdate();

// Add paragraphs from the target range to the first list
DocumentRange range = document.CreateRange(document.Paragraphs[0].Range.Start,document.Paragraphs[3].Range.End.ToInt() - document.Paragraphs[0].Range.Start.ToInt());
document.Paragraphs.AddParagraphsToList(range, bulletedList,0);

// Add paragraphs from the target range to the second list
DocumentRange range2 = document.CreateRange(document.Paragraphs[5].Range.Start, document.Paragraphs[7].Range.End.ToInt() - document.Paragraphs[4].Range.Start.ToInt());
document.Paragraphs.AddParagraphsToList(range2, overrideList, 0);
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