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Click anywhere inside of the paragraph in which you want to align your bulleted list. Click the dialog launcher in the lower-right corner of the Paragraph section of the Home tab to open the Paragraph dialog box. Note the number in the Before Text box in the Indentation section. Click "OK" to close the dialog.
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. Move the cursor to the point where you want your second column to start.
On your computer, open a document in Google Docs. Highlight the text you want to indent. In the menu at the top, click Format Align & indent Indentation options. Under "Special," choose "Hanging." Optional: In the box next to "Hanging," change the size of the indent. Click Apply.
Open a Google Docs file or create a new one. Type a list of items. Press ENTER after each item. Select the list. Click Bulleted list. Keep the list selected. From the Format menu, select Bullets & numbering. Click List options. Click More bullets. Click on a symbol to add it as a bullet. Click Close (X).
Creating a multilevel list in Google Docs. In Google Docs, click the bullet or number list icon ( ) at the top of the document. Once the list is started, enter each of the list items you want. To create a sub-item or another level in the list, press the Tab key.
In Microsoft Word you can press the TAB key to move bullets to the right. then you can press TAB again followed by BACKSPACE to move the bullet back again (to the left).
Select the text you want to format. Click the Line spacing button. Select Add space before paragraph or Add space after paragraph from the drop-down menu. You can also click Custom spacing to fine tune the spacing. The paragraph spacing will adjust in the document.
Select the bullets in the list by clicking a bullet. ... Right-click, and then click Adjust List Indents. Change the distance of the bullet indent from the margin by clicking the arrows in the Bullet position box, or change the distance between the bullet and the text by clicking the arrows in the Text indent box.
Highlight you bulleted list and right click. Select Adjust List Indents from the pop up menu. Under Follow number with: select Space and hit OK.
Select the bullets in the list by clicking a bullet. ... Right-click, and then click Adjust List Indents. Change the distance of the bullet indent from the margin by clicking the arrows in the Bullet position box, or change the distance between the bullet and the text by clicking the arrows in the Text indent box.
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