Adjust The Spacing Within Bulleted List In Word 2007

There should be an image here!You can easily adjust the spacing within a bulleted list. For example, you can decrease the amount of space between a bullet and the text. You can adjust the spacing in Word 2007 using the steps described below.

  1. Click one of the bullets within the list. This selects all the bullets in the list.
  2. With the bullets selected, right click the bullets and click Adjust List Indents. The Adjust List Indents dialog box appears.
  3. Use the drop down arrows under Bullet position to change the position of the bullet list.
  4. Use the drop down arrows under Text indent to configure where you want the text within the list to line up.
  5. Use the drop down arrow under Follow number with to change the amount of space between the bullets and the text. You can select Tab Character, Space or Nothing.
  6. Click OK.

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