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When you type or select text in the Word Processor and then choose the Bullets button, Works for Windows inserts a bullet at the beginning of that line and moves your text 0.25 inch to the right. This occurs even if your cursor is to the right of the text.
To insert a bullet to the right of the text, you can use custom-set tabs, and manually insert the bullet character from the Symbol font.
To create a line with a bullet to the right of some text, as in the following example
do the following:
Skills: O Computer Experience O Typing O Word Processing
When you choose the Bullets button, Works sets a hanging indent and selects the Bulleted check box. By default, this option automatically inserts the bullet at the beginning of the line.
In Works 4.0, 4.5, or 4.5a, the bullets can be removed by selecting the bulleted paragraph and clicking the Bullets button on the toolbar. The Bullets button toggles the bullets on and off.
In Works 3.0, each time you choose the Bullets button in succession, you will move the indent 0.25 inch further to the right. As a result, you may want to set your tabs at measurements in inches divisible by 0.25.
To remove bullets created by the Bullets button and reset the indent to the left margin:
Article ID: 122538 - Last Review: November 15, 2004 - Revision: 3.0
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