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It is not unusual to create bulleted lists within a document. What if you want to place a bullet within the middle of a sentence, however? There are two ways you can do this in Word. First, you can follow these steps:
Figure 1. The Symbol dialog box.
To apply default bullets using Word’s built-in keyboard shortcut: Select the paragraphs to which you want to apply bullets. Press Ctrl + Shift + L. Word will apply the default bullets and apply indents to the paragraphs. Applying bullets using the Bullets drop-down menu. I had some trouble adding bullets, so here is the code that worked for me. Note that this requires adding a reference to Microsoft Word 15.0 Object Library. Sub Generate Dim objWord Dim objDoc Dim temp3 As Word.ListTemplate Dim objSelection Set objWord = CreateObject('Word.Application') Set objDoc = objWord.Documents.Add objWord.Visible = True Set objSelection = objWord.Selection 'Change.
Another option for inserting a bullet is to hold down the Alt key as you type 0183 on the numeric keypad. This inserts a small round bullet at the insertion point. If you are a laptop user, you may not have the numeric keypad available. There are key combinations to press to create the equivalent of a PC numeric keypad. The following web page is a good place to start on researching some of these key combinations: