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Use a period (full stop) after every bullet point that is a sentence (as these bullets do). Use a period after every bullet point that completes the introductory stem. Use no punctuation after bullets that are not sentences and do not complete the stem. Use all sentences or all fragments, not a mixture.
Alternatively referred to as a bullet point, a bullet is an asterisk, black dot, circle, or other mark that is found before the text. They are utilized to identify key items or denote significance. Bullet points are often used in presentations to help organize information and make it easier to read or understand.
Bullet points are used to draw attention to important information within a document so that a reader can identify the key issues and facts quickly. If the text that follows the bullet point is not a proper sentence, it doesn't need to begin with a capital letter, nor end with a period.
Emphasize the beginning of the bullet point, as in this list, when the first few words capture the main idea. Make bullet points consistent in structure. Punctuate bullets consistently. Avoid ending bullet points with semicolons. Avoid making bullet points so long that they look like paragraphs.
They are called bullet points because the little dot that starts each one is a punctuation mark called a bullet. The name has absolutely nothing to do with the other kind of bullet.
Punctuation with bullet points If the text of your bullet point is a complete sentence (or multiple sentences), use capital letters and punctuation. If your points are not structured as proper sentences, you don't need to end with punctuation.
The text that is used to introduce a section of bullet points should end in a colon. When the information provided in bullet points is a complete sentence, it should begin with a capital letter and end with proper punctuation. Bullet points do not necessarily have to be complete sentences.
Bullets are used in place of numbers when the order of the items in the list is not important. There are many forms of bullets to choose from. The most common forms are the heavy black dot ( ) and the open circle ( ). Other common bullet choices include squares (filled and open), diamonds, dashes and checkmarks.
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