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I am creating bulleted lists, how do I decrease the distance between each line. My pages always have a full blank line between each bullet I would like to descrease the line spacing.
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Question by:DavidNPD
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by:ssdesign
ID: 2778043
Do not use the enter button to go to the next line use Shift + enter
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by:DavidNPD
ID: 2780960
Bullets are only inserted if you use the enter key. I realize to keep normal lines closer you can use the shift-enter but that does not work with bulleted lists.
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by:Tarraq
ID: 2781172
Hi!

Another solution would be to place a small icon and your text in a table with two coloums.

Working in HTML, the code would be:

<table>
 <tr>
  <td width="40"><img src="your_bullet.gif"></td>
  <td>Your list text here.</td>
 </tr>

....(continuing.)

</table>

Sincerly

- Tarraq
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DocA earned 150 total points
ID: 2782462
Is FrontPage currently double-spacing your bullet items?  If so, do this:
Type just the first letter or word. Before you hit enter, from the format menu select paragraph. Under 'spacing' set 'before' to 0 and 'after' to 0.  Set 'line spacing' to single.

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by:DavidNPD
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DocA, let me try this and get back to you,

Tarraq, then it would no longer be a bulleted list. Your suggestion is what I currently do I just would like to use bulleted lists because for my application they would be much easier
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by:Tarraq
ID: 2799093
You could edit the HTML instead.
Tyhen there would be no problem at all...

- Tarraq
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