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PUB: How to Change the Color of Bullets in Publisher

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If you use the Bulleted List feature, the bullets are black by default. Ifyou are using colored text and want the bullets to match, use the followingprocedure to achieve the desired effect:
  1. Place your cursor where you want the first bullet to appear.
  2. From the Tools menu, choose Insert Symbol.
  3. From the Insert Symbol dialog box, select the font and character you want as a bullet and choose OK.
  4. Select the bullet and choose Character from the Format menu.
  5. In the Character dialog box, select the color you want the bullet to be, and choose OK.
  6. Use spaces or tabs to separate the text from the bullet.
For multiple bullets, either repeat this procedure or copy and paste thebullets where you want them to appear.
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Article ID: 124130 - Last Review: 08/16/2005 17:06:22 - Revision: 2.1

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