Add Bullets in Word with the Keyboard
Edited by Thor, Jen M, Eng
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. Today I'm going to show you how to use Hotkey keyboard shortcuts to make bullet points in a Microsoft Word 2010 document. As you can see, I've written Italy as a title, and now I want to add several bullet points to express information about Italy. Bullet points are very useful because they allow you to display information in a concise, efficient manner and not have convoluted text where the information gets lost or there's a lot to read.
- 3If you don't want a bullet point, press enter again and it will erase the bullet point and take you back into normal text writing. If you press enter again it will move down a line and now you can make another heading like France. We can make the text bigger by using Ctrl and the right parenthesis. We can also hit Ctrl-B to make it bold and Ctrl-You to underline it. Now we can write France and press enter.When you press enter, it creates a new bullet point.
- 9If you have any queries, suggestions or comments you can leave them in the box below. You've been watching VisiHow. Goodbye.This has been a video on how to access Bullet points using Hotkey commands.
Video: Add Bullets in Word with the Keyboard
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