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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, and click the Bullets drop-down in the Paragraph group. Choose Define New Bullet. This time, click the Font option instead of the Symbol option as you did before. The default in the Color drop-down will probably be No Color.
Select the list, and click the Bullets drop-down in the Paragraph group. Choose Define New Bullet. This time, click the Font option instead of the Symbol option as you did before. The default in the Color drop-down will probably be No Color.
Microsoft Word uses black bullets in lists by default, but you can change these bullets to any other color. Click the arrow beside the bullets icon in the Paragraph group. Click "Define New Bullet" to open the Define New Bullet dialog box. Click the "Font" button to open the Font dialog box.
Changing Bullet Point Color Click the Stylesheets button at the bottom of the edit page. Add a color code in hex format (for example, #0098db is Unbounce blue!). More about color codes can be found at HTML Color Codes. In your CSS, you need to use the pound/hash symbol (#) before your hex code for it to be valid.
Method 1: Modifying HMTL: wrap the content in tags, then apply the bullet color to
  • and text color to seperately. Method 2: Use Pseudo-classes: li: before and color it accordingly. Method 3: Use list-style-image.
  • The size of the bullet symbol may change if you apply formatting to the paragraph mark that terminates the numbered or bulleted item. Select the whole paragraph and (re-)apply the font size. If you set this up with a paragraph style, selecting the whole paragraph and pressing Ctrl+SpaceBar would be the quickest fix.
    Changing Bullet Point Color Click the Stylesheets button at the bottom of the edit page. Add a color code in hex format (for example, #0098db is Unbounce blue!). More about color codes can be found at HTML Color Codes. In your CSS, you need to use the pound/hash symbol (#) before your hex code for it to be valid.
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