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How is possible to implement a structured numbered list?

As object, I need to implement in a memo or textbox multiline
a structured numbered list.

I've written some code, that is working, but I'm finding a lot
of problems when I need to add elements in the middle, operation
that require a full remaps of next elements.

Unfortunately I must use one string's collection to store my elements.

Any idea on how continue this hard work?
Some usefull link?

Thanks in advance
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Sorry the english name is outline numbered list ....
Andrea Moro
Nov 21 '05 #2

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