In CSS you can independently specify margins for
OLs. You can also set line-height. In MS Word it looks like you can only specify spacing for paragraphs or list items in general (with an option to remove spacing between consecutive items) along with specifying line spacing (line height).
I want to achieve the following. I would like to have a line spacing of 1, with a spacing of 7pt between each list item, and then a larger spacing, say 12pt, above and below the whole list. That way long list items that wrap to a second line will stay tight with the line spacing of 1, but each list item will have some extra space between them to make it easier to distinguish them. Then the list as a whole will have even more spacing to distinguish it from the main body of text.
I don't care how it is achieved except I am not going to add extra blank lines with a 7pt font size or something. That is just what I am trying to avoid.
Here is an HTML version of what I am trying to accomplish. Notice the three sizes of spacing. https://jsfiddle.net/d6rwxum2/