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How can i place more than one bulllet in word 2007 sentence>
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Question by:henjohn1520
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Ingeborg Hawighorst (Microsoft MVP / EE MVE) earned 1000 total points
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Hello,

What do you want this to look like? Can you post an example sentence and point out where the bullets need to be?

A bullet is normally
on its own line
like these two

To do that in Word, select the text and click the Bullet icon in the Home ribbon .

cheers, teylyn
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• Insert symbol, • from (normal text), • select the "General Punctuation" subset.

• You will see a Bullet symbol there. • Just insert it anywhere.

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