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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