Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Format text as lists
Toformatselectedtextincolumns
On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click the Add or Remove Columns
button, and then click One Column , Two Columns , or Three Columns .
Or
1. On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click the Add or Remove Columns
button, and then click More Columns .
2. In the Columns dialog box, specify the number of columns and the spacing
between the columns, and then click OK .
Format text as lists
Bulleted lists form the foundation of most presentations. You can enter up to nine levels
of bullets in a content placeholder. By default, the bulleted list items you enter are all
first level, but you can easily demote and promote list item levels, both on the slide and
in Outline view.
If you have entered regular text paragraphs in a placeholder or an independent text box,
you can convert the text to a bulleted list or a numbered list. You can also convert a
bulleted list or numbered list to regular text paragraphs.
The appearance of the bullet characters for each list level is determined by the
formatting prescribed on the slide master. However, you can customize a bulleted list by using
basic formatting techniques. You can also change the size, color, and symbol of the
bullets on the Bulleted page of the Bullets And Numbering dialog box.
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