Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Resetting a Bullet Preset
4. Select the desired font from the Font list. Although all fonts are available, most
of the characters suitable for bullets are in the Wingdings fonts.
5. Click the desired character. Notice the scroll bar to the right of the characters;
there are more characters than can be displayed at once.
6. Click OK. The new symbol appears on the Bulleted tab.
7. (Optional) Change the new symbol’s size and color if desired, as in the preced-
ing section.
8. Click OK to apply the new symbol to the selected paragraph(s).
Resetting a Bullet Preset
After you have customized a bullet preset, you might decide you want to go back to its
original setting. To reset it, follow these steps:
1. Open the Bullets button’s menu and choose Bullets and Numbering. The Bullets
and Numbering dialog box appears with the Bulleted tab displayed, as shown in
Figure 6.3.
2. Click the preset that you want to reset.
3. Click the Reset button. The position is reset.
4. Click OK to apply the reset character. Do not click Cancel or the reset will be can-
celed. If you don’t actually want to apply the character, change it afterward.
If the Reset button is unavailable, try clicking another preset and then clicking back to the desired one again.
Using a Picture Bullet
Microsoft’s clip art collection contains many small graphics that work well as bullets. Such
graphics have a keyword of bullet assigned to them. The Insert Pictures dialog box, which
you can access by clicking the Picture button in the Bullets and Numbering dialog box,
enables you to locate and use bullet-suitable clip art.
To use a picture bullet, follow these steps:
1. Select the paragraph(s) to which you want to apply the picture bullet. For best
results, make the change on the slide master to ensure consistency.
2. Open the Bullets button’s menu and choose Bullets and Numbering. The Bullets
and Numbering dialog box appears with the Bulleted tab displayed.
3. Click Picture. The Insert Pictures dialog box opens.
4. In the Office.com Clip Art section of the dialog box, click in the Search Office.
com box, type bullet (as in Figure 6.5), and press Enter.
 
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