This text tool enables you to prepend sequential numbers, letters, or even Roman numerals to the beginning of each line.
The Add Line Numbers tool offers three settings:
Number - Default setting. It adds numeric labels at the start of each line, accommodating both positive and negative numbers, as well as zero (0) as a starting point. The default value is one (1).
Roman Numerals - This option introduces numbers represented by combinations of letters from the Latin alphabet, based on seven symbols: I, V, X, L, C, D, and M. You can toggle the
Uppercaseswitch to switch between uppercase and lowercase numbering.
Letters - This choice appends alphabetic labels to the beginning of each line instead of numeric ones. The sequence and format follow the A1 reference style, similar to how text processing tools and spreadsheet programs like Excel name columns, where 1 corresponds to A. If the list extends beyond the 26-character alphabet, it will cycle through letters (e.g., AA = 26, AB = 27, AC = 28, and so on).
Note: When using Roman Numerals/Letters, you should use the Roman numeral/letter equivalent when specifying the initial number count in the "Start at" box. For example, 4 is equivalent to IV in Roman numerals and D in letters.
1. Sample Text 2. Sample Text 3. Sample Text 4. Sample Text
I. Sample Text II. Sample Text III. Sample Text IV. Sample Text
A. Sample Text B. Sample Text C. Sample Text D. Sample Text