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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.
Click Insert > Table. Fill the cells with words and select the whole table with clicking the button. Click Home > Bullets, and choose a bullet from the drop-down menu. Keep the table selected, click Home > Borders > No Border to hide the table borders.
Place the cursor where you want the list to begin. Go to Paragraph under the Home tab on the main ribbon. Click the Bullets button to begin a list (you can select the type of bullet point you want by using the arrow to open a new menu) Type the first entry in your list, hitting Enter to start the next one.
Select the pages where you want to create columns and separate these pages with section breaks and then apply the column command to split in two columns. In the first column select the bullets command and type the text in bullets. Then move to second column and for bullets list again use bullets command.
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.
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.
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