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To insert a bullet, place the cursor at the end of a bulleted line, press Enter, and start typing. To create a sub-bullet, place the cursor in front of the text, and press Tab. To delete a bullet, press Backspace, or select the line and press Delete.
Select all of the text containing the bulleted list or lists you've created. Open the "Page Layout" tab, and then click "Columns." Choose the number of columns you want to show from the drop-down menu.
Hold down the "Shift" key and press "Tab" to back up the bullet point by one level.
Within your Microsoft document, place your cursor or highlight the text where you wish to insert a bulleted list. Under the [Home] tab in the Paragraph section, click the [Bullets] drop-down menu. Choose a bullet style or select "Bullets and Numbering to create a customized bullet style.
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.
Select Format > Bullets and Numbering or click on the Bullets and Numbering icon. The Bullets and Numbering dialog box contains five tabs: Bullets, Numbering type, Graphics, Position, and Customize. If a bulleted list is needed, select the desired bullet style from the six default styles available on the Bullets page.
Click in the cell where you want the list to appear. If you want the list in multiple cells, select multiple cells. Choose Data > Validity. Select Cell Range in the Allow list. Type the range. To type a range in the same sheet, type something like this: $F$1:$F$20. Click OK.
Launch OpenOffice Writer, click "Tools" and choose "AutoCorrect Options" from the menu. Click the "Options" tab and then remove the check mark in front of the "Apply - numbering - symbol: *" option in the "T" column to disable the automatic bulleted and numbered lists. Click "OK" to apply and save the new settings.
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