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Subject:Re: "bulleted" lists in Excel From:"Comeau, Lisa" <Lisa -dot- Comeau -at- MOH -dot- GOV -dot- ON -dot- CA> Date:Fri, 5 Mar 1999 09:13:08 -0500
Tim asked <Is it possible to created a "bulleted" list in Excel, and if so,
You can add a text box, type and asterisk inside it (to make the asterisk
your bullet), press CTRL + TAB to indent the text, and then type the points
of your bullet. This is a little time consumong and messy, but it does the
OR you can create a bulleted list in Word, and cut + paste it, but be aware
that the formatting will change, and each bulleted list entry will be placed
in its own cell.
Hope this helps.
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