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Default Number Style from word in vb

I am using vb6 to read paragraph from microsoft word, my problem is i dont know how to get the name of the style of Number List. eg;

 in my xxx.doc, i have paragraph below:

 1. First Paragraph
   a. Second Paragaph
     i. Third paragraph
    ii. Fourth paragraph
   b. fifth paragraph

in my program i would like to know the style of the List lever, i don't know if its something like wdListNumberStyleLowercaseRoman?!! what i want to do in my program is,

  for each paragraph in doc.paragraph
' i am not really sure the code below, but this is the critical part
    if paragraph.range.listnumberStyle = lowerCaseRoman then
     msgbox "Lower Case Roman"
    end if

 Hope someone can help me here, i really need your help please :) Thank you.

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