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Changing the bullets or numbering
Changing the bullets or numbering
The bullet that Word 2013 inserts by default is a solid-black
circle. However, you can choose from several decorative bullets,
use symbols from fancy fonts, or even use clip art or pictures.
In numbered lists, you can select Arabic or Roman numerals, or
uppercase or lowercase letters. If the built-in assortment of for-
mats doesn’t suit your needs, you can define your own format.
select from the bullet Library
1 Click in the paragraph that will contain the first item of the list.
2 On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click the down-arrow on
the Bullets button.
3 If you like one of the bullets in the Bullet Library gallery, click it to
apply it to the entire list. Otherwise, continue to step 4.
4 If you prefer to use a symbol from a font, clip art, or a picture as a
bullet, at the bottom of the gallery, click Define New Bullet.
5 In the Define New Bullet dialog box, if you want to use a symbol
from a font, click Symbol.
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