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Create a bulleted or numbered list. When you type 1, a period, a space, and some text, then press Enter, Word automatically starts a numbered list for you. Type * and a space before your text, and Word makes a bulleted list. When you're done with the list, press Enter until the bullets or numbering switches off.
If all bullets are phrases or fragments, use no end punctuation. Avoid making bullet points so long that they look like paragraphs. ... Number bullet points when you have many--more than five or so. That way your readers can easily track the bullets and refer to them.
The structure to use with bullet points Your points should be consistent, either all sentences or all fragments. Make sure the grammatical structure of your bullet points is parallel by starting each with the same part of speech. For instance, if you start one point with an adjective, start them all with an adjective.
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.
Step 1: Adjust Your Mindset. ... Step 2: Get a Journal and Writing Utensils. ... Step 3: Start an Index Page. ... Step 4: Create Logs. ... Step 5: Pick Signifiers. ... Step 6: Document Items with Collections. ... Step 7: Make Time for It. ... Step 8: Get Better, Gradually.
Open a new email message, then enter the recipient's name and a subject line. ... In the toolbar, select Insert bulleted list. ... Next to the bullet that appears in the message area, type your content and press Enter (or Return on some keyboards).
Formatting with Bullets Points When using bullets, be consistent throughout the document with the formatting (e.g., capital letters and punctuation at the start and end of each bullet). Choose whatever format you like, but be consistent throughout your document.
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.
Bullet points help to make what you're saying more clear. They break up blocks of text into tidy chunks, so the reader can take in what you're saying. They present lists in a clear format, so people can see it's a list. Furthermore, they emphasize points you want to emphasize.
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.
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