Pages is started to get on my nerves. I use it's list feature pretty extensively for note-taking in class. However, when I shift-tab "back" Pages keeps the same letter/number I was using for the sub-notes. An example might be best. Here's my note-taking structure: A. (Top Level Note) 1. Sub-Topic i. Sub-sub-Topic (or clarification) a. Sub-sub-sub-Topic (or clarification) But when I move outwards, from say, ii. out to start 2., Pages keeps the form ii. The numbering is correct, but the format is wrong. Each time I tab in or tab out, I have to tell Pages what form to number the list in. Which is, as the title of the thread states, is very aggravating. Pages '05 didn't have this problem-- it would learn (or you could set it, I don't remember which) what level of the list had what numbering style. Anybody else run into this, and any workarounds?