Microsoft Word has a few bullet typefaces, and some versions include Wingdings. Select an appropriate site, review the available fonts, then download to your computer.
Fonts are installed through Windows not Word. Once the bullet font is installed, right-click the font, then choose Install from the popup menu.
This is where the fun begins. You can actually create custom bullets from any image that exists.
Because bullets are so small, detailed images may appear as dark blobs, so consider choosing simple images with minimal lines. When the Bing Image window opens, scroll through the pictures, select one for your bullets, and click the Insert button.
To turn lines of text into a bulleted or numbered list, select the text, and then, on the Home tab in the Paragraph group, click Bullets or Numbering. Each line or. Word. Do any of the following: Change the style, color, or font size of bullets. Select the bulleted list that you want to format. On the Home tab, in the Paragraph .
After the first custom bullet is created, click the Bullets button again, and select the same custom bullet from the Recently Used Bullets menu list. If the bullets are too small, you can increase the font size on the bullet without affecting the font size of the following text. Highlight your custom image bullet and choose a new size from the Font group; or click the tiny up-arrow above the letter A beside the Font Size box.
JD Sartain is a technology journalist from Boston. Rob Schultz. Default Bullets 1. Select the content for which you wish to insert bullet points. JD Sartain B.
Define New Bullets Creating custom bullets can add some creativity or branding to your content, such as clocks for timesheets, books for reports, or computers for data logs. Highlight the content to which you want to add bullets. In the Define New Bullet dialog, click the Symbol Click the bullet, then click OK , and OK again.
BTW: It's in your best interest to not tack a question onto an existing thread When you do, it's quite possible that your question never may be seen I just happened upon it while looking for something else Yes that's all very well Bob.
Ryanexc Created on January 7, Hello, I am using Microsoft Word for Mac In particular, I would like to do the following: -1 keyboard shortcut to create an indented bullet point. Do you know of any keyboard shortcuts to do this, or a way to create any?
Thank you. I have the same question No shortcut key assignments are required.
A different bullet character is assigned to each of 9 levels. Note that if you're ending the list on a demoted level you may need to press return more than twice depending on the last level used. Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Ryanexc Replied on January 7, In reply to Ryanexc's post on January 7,