Re: "bulleted" lists in Excel

Subject: Re: "bulleted" lists in Excel
From: Richard Wallen <rgwallen -at- JUNO -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 1999 10:57:33 -0800

Greetings Tim!

One option is to create your bullet list within Word; save to a file;
then within excel;insert > object > create from file > browse (to locate
your word file). You can resize the embedded word object field and move
it to the location desired. Once the word object is embedded into the
excel spreadsheet, you can double click on the word object to open up
additional formatting options in the excel menu to directly edit the word
object within the excel spreadsheet.

On Fri, 5 Mar 1999 08:05:16 -0600 Timothy Notzon <tmno -at- DYNEGY -dot- COM>
writes:
>For those who are familiar with Microsoft Excel, I've got a question
>that has stumped several around the office, and remains unanswered
(perhaps
>because by nature, the task cannot be executed). Here it is: Is it
possible to
>created a "bulleted" list in Excel, and if so, how?
[...]
>

Richard Wallen

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