Create a Customized Bulleted List/Number List

Open a New document in Word.

Save it with the name Bulleted List.

Set the Paragraph Spacing to Single Space

In order to set up your document to format lists you must set your line spacing to single. With the Home ribbon selected click the paragraph arrow to open the Paragraph dialog box.

Paragraph

Set the Spacing to 0 pt for Before and After and Line spacing to single.

Paragraph Single Line Spacing

Starting on the first line of the document type the following, spacing as shown. After the first line of text, the title, you will press the Enter key twice. The rest of the lines will only need one Enter key press.

To Do List

Format the title Arial, 16 point, bold.

Format the remaining text as Arial, 12 point. Your list should now look like this:

Formatted List

Select all the text and copy and paste it three times on your page. This will give you a total of four duplicate "To-Do List" on your page.

Separate each of the lists with two blank lines (hard return).

Select only the list portion of the second "To-Do-List" and format it as a numbered list by clicking the bullets and numbering feature Numbered List .

Your second list should look like this:

Numbered List

Select only the list portion of the third "To-Do-List" and format it as a bulleted list by clicking the bullets and numbering feature Bulleted List . Use the standard bullet style (•).

Your third list should look like this:

Bullet List

Select only the list portion of the fourth "To-Do-List" and format it as a bulleted list by clicking the bullets and numbering feature Bulleted List . Use a bullet style of your choice. To select a different style bullet, click the arrow next to the bulleted list More Bullets to open the bulleted list dialog box.

Define New Bullet

Investigate the different bullet characters and choose one. Apply it to the fourth list.

Bullet List

Your fourth list should look similar to this:

Special Bullet List

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