Right Justify Numbered List

In a very simple table, within Pages Layout - I want to list 10 numbered items and have the numbers be right justified. not the entire text, just the numbers. I do not find a way to do that. Thanks for any help.

fruhulda wrote:
I think OP is talking about a Table in Layout mode. If you have both text and number in the same cell you need to use tab BUT in a table you have to hold down the Alt key when using the Tab key, otherwise you only move to the next cell. In the Inspector you can change it to a right adjusted tab.
Is that working for you?
Here on my machine, if I put a decimal tab stop in the cell's ruler,
the number aligns correctly when I insert a tab (alt + tab)
but it returns to the left side when I leave the cell.
It seems that the feature was designed for the old tables (those in iWork 1 and 2) but fails with the tables using the Numbers structure.
Only the alignment buttons give a correct behavior (but the decimal characters are aligned only if the number of decimals is fixed and if the font used is a monospaced one. Boring, isn't it ?
Yvan KOENIG (from FRANCE dimanche 14 juin 2009 19:06:04)

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