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Type a Bullet Point If you're using Microsoft Windows, you can type a bullet by holding down the "Alt" key on your keyboard and typing the bullet alt code, which is "0149," on your numeric keypad, on the right side of your keyboard.
Select the list you want to freeze. Press Ctrl+C to copy the text to the Clipboard. The list should still be selected. Choose Paste Special from the Edit menu. Word displays the Paste Special dialog box. Choose Unformatted Text as your paste type. Click on OK.
Click next to the text for the bullet you want to change. On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, select the arrow next to Multilevel List, and then select Change List Level. Select the level where you want the bullet. Each level has a different bullet style.
Because Bullets and Numbering is a paragraph-level format, bullets are always placed at the beginning of a paragraph. Bullets cannot be placed in the middle of paragraphs or words.
Choose the Bullets and Numbering option from the Format menu. Make sure the Bulleted tab is selected. Select a bullet style from those shown in the dialog box. If you don't like any of the styles shown, select one of the styles and click on Customize.
Right-click the highlighted bullets and click Adjust List Indents to open the dialog box. Click the arrows to change the values in inches in the Bullet Position box. You can also type the value in the box. To adjust the space between the bullet symbol and the text, click the arrows in the Text Indent box.
Click on the layout tab > Data group > Convert to Text button (it is right on the end of the ribbon), From the displayed dialog, select "Separate with paragraph marks" option then click on OK. Now you have a bunch of paragraphs with the text in them, then do the find/replace I described above. To run better, run.
Click on the layout tab > Data group > Convert to Text button (it is right on the end of the ribbon), From the displayed dialog, select "Separate with paragraph marks" option then click on OK. Now you have a bunch of paragraphs with the text in them, then do the find/replace I described above. To run better, run.
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