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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.
Align Left (Ctrl+L) Center (Ctrl+E) Align Right (Ctrl+R) Justify (Ctrl+J)
Click one of the alignment options, which are small icons with tiny lines, in the "Paragraph" section of the ribbon/toolbar. Click the "Right Alignment" button to right-align the bullets, click the "Center Alignment" button to center the bullets.
Click in the placeholder that contains your bulleted text and then click the Home tab on the command ribbon. Click the Align Text button in the Paragraph group and then click the More Options button to display the Format Shape pane at the right side of the PowerPoint window.
1. Re: Second Line Indent - Bullets. In the paragraph style, make sure you've got bullets enabled, then set the left indent on the paragraph to the amount you want all but the first line to be indented, then set a negaive indent of equal size on the first line (this is called a hanging indent).
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).
Hold down the "Shift" key and press "Tab" to back up the bullet point by one level.
You can select the paragraphs, the right-click and select Paragraph, and adjust the indent. Then you may want to remove the tab space after the numbering. You can do that by clicking the numbering icon on the toolbar, then click "more numbering", then go to the Position tab and look for the "followed by" parameter.
Right-click on the bullet and select Adjust List Indents in the pop-up menu. In the Adjust List Indents window, change the Bullet position to adjust the bullet indent size or change the Text indent to adjust the text indent size after a bullet.
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