Create multi-level list in Microsoft Excel

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I'm not sure if there's a way to do this but I thought I ask. Can I create/implement a multi-level list in Microsoft Excel? I'm looking for something like this:
1. XXXX
 1.1. XXXX
  1.1.1. XXXXX
  1.1.2. XXXXX
 1.2. XXXX
Does anyone know? Thanks.
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  • ToddN2000
    Not sure what you are looking to accomplish. You could just put your numbers 1.  1.1.   1.1.1.  1.1.2.   1.2. into column A or use multiple columns for each level. How do you plan on sorting the Excel data if at all? More details would help us give an answer, as I read it now it sounds better suited for a Word document which does this already.
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