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Creation of Table Column / Row / Cell Split Cell of a Table Merge Cell of a Table Table Style Convert Table to Text Table Cell Text Direction Convert Text Into a Table Calculation in a Table

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A-Z Shortcut of MSWord

* Creating Bullets and Numbering *

In this chapter, we will learn how to create bullets in Microsoft Word. It is a special kind of symbols that is used to introduced items in a list. Bullets can be applied directly to paragraphs, lines or words and convert them to lists. So lets start:

⇨ How to apply Bullets?

a) Click on Bullets icon from Paragraph group.

b) Select any Bullets style.

c) Write down any text.

d) Next line Bullets press enter.

⇨ How to apply Numbering?

a) Click on Numbering Icon from Paragraph group.

b) Select any Numbering style.

c) Write down any text.

d) Next numbering press enter.

* You can also create sub bullets. To do so you have to go to the next line without writing a single character then press Tab Key from keyboard. To go back to the main bullets you need to go to the new line with out writing any thing then press Shift + Tab.

⇨ How to change the bullet color?

a) Select the text where you have already applied bullets.

b) Click the Bullets drop-down arrow.

c) Select Define New Bullet from the list. The Define New Bullet dialog box appears.

d) Click the Font button. The Font dialog box appears.

e) Click the Font Color drop-down box.

f) Click on any color to select it.

g) Then click on OK.

** You can see the bullet color in the Preview section of the Define New Bullet dialog box.

h) Click on OK to apply the bullet color.

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