The justification for the numbering level's text is specified with the <w:lvlJc> element. If omitted, justification will be left for left-to-right paragraphs.
Note: This element does not determine the justification for the paragaph. That justification is determined by the <w:jc> element within the <w:pPr> element. The justification as specified in the <w:lvlJc> element is applied relative to the text margin of the parent numbered paragraph. So, for example, if the justification is set to be left justified for a left-to-right paragraph (i.e., <w:lvlJc w:val="start"/>), then the numbering will extend left from the text margin towards the text.
A numbering level's text is the numeral (e.g., "1)"), symbol (e.g., •), character (e.g., "-"), or graphic used to form the level, as specified in the lvlText element. See the samle below for a comparison of left and right justification.
Below shows first a numbering scheme using left justification, followed by the same scheme but with right justifiation.
|val||Specifies the value for the level justification. The most common values are: