How Do I Insert a Bullet Between Words in Word 2007?


Word 2007, a word processor developed by Microsoft, has an almost unlimited number of formatting options. From margin width, to indentation, to page breaks, Word 2007 users can customize a professional and clean document. Inserting bullets is another way to format documents. Most of the time, bullets are placed at the beginning of sentences to create a list or highlight certain aspects of a report. However, bullets can also fit in between words for design purposes, such as to separate contact information or a phone numbers.

  • Place your cursor where you would like to insert the bullet in between words.

  • Click the "Insert" tab to open a list of insertion options in the Ribbon.

  • Click the "Symbol" button to display a drop-down list of symbol options.

  • Choose your desired bullet from the symbols list. If you would like to browse additional symbols, select "More symbols" and search through the different fonts for your desired bullet.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can't use the insert bullet feature to add bullets in between words because it will only insert a bullet at the front of a paragraph.

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