How to Do Dots on Microsoft Word 2007


Microsoft Word 2007 contains a list of symbols, including dots, for insertion on a document. The "Insert" tab on the command Ribbon can insert symbols from a variety of fonts, such as Times New Roman. A scrollable list lets you view and select the dot symbol for your document.

Things You'll Need

  • Microsoft Word 2007
  • Open the Word document.

  • Click on an area to insert the dot.

  • Click on the "Insert" tab on the command Ribbon.

  • Click on the down-arrow for the "Symbol" button in the "Symbols" group.

  • Click on the "More Symbols" command. The "Symbol" dialog box will open.

  • Click on the down arrow for the "Font:" text box.

  • Click on the font. For example, Times New Roman.

  • Scroll down the selection of symbols until you find a dot. For example, a black dot or a circle.

  • Click on the dot symbol. The cell containing the dot will highlight in blue.

  • Click on the "Insert" button. The dot will appear at the insertion point on the document. The inserted dot also displays in the "Recently used symbols" area for future use and reference.

Tips & Warnings

  • A bulleted list can include dots. Click on the "Home" tab on the command Ribbon. Click on the down-arrow for the "Bullet Library" in the "Paragraph" group.

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