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Using bullet points in word 2002

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  1. anoisaris

    anoisaris Thread Starter

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    Hi
    I am having some difficulty in inserting multiple bullet points on just one line in a word document.

    Does anybody have any ideas?

    Much appriciated.

    TY


    EG

    *point one *point two *point three *point four
     
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  3. ChuckE

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    A bullet can be just another character. You can either type it, if you know the character code for it, or select Insert>Symbol and find the character that you want to enter at that point on the line.

    Once you have one, you can select it and copy it (^C) then paste it (^V) to wherever you want additional ones.

    By the way, I just tried (in Word) typing in Alt+7 and got the bullet character "•"
    Where Alt+7 means to hold down the Alt key and press the 7 on the keypad (not the numbers in the usual keyboard area) and then let the Alt key go. The • appeared.
     
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    Use a table. :)
     
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