MS Word: Custom Bullets with Drag & Drop

halloweenJazz up your bulleted list

Creating custom bullets is as easy as drag + drop

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To Format List with Custom Bullet

  1. Locate the image to serve as bullet and save to a local drive.
    Tip: for best results, seek medium or small sized images with transparency (i.e. PNG, GIF).
  2. Select your list, then, on the Home tab, click Bullets to format with default bullet style.
  3. Place cursor on blank line, click Insert and then Picture. Navigate to your custom bullet image and click Open.
  4. Using the corner selection handle resize the image to an appropriate size.
  5. Click + drag image onto one of the bullets in your list; you’ll recognize you’ve hit the target when the bullet area turns grey.

Cheers!

hɔuᴉnb

Comments and questions are always welcome!

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PowerPoint: Customize Bullets

Want to make an Oscar worthy, award-winning presentation? The difference between your presentation and all others is design and style. Don’t limit yourself to cookie-cutter, off the shelf bullets. Any saved image can be a source for better bullets.

Watch this 60 second video to learn all you need to know

  1. Select text to be formatted.
  2. On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click the Bullets drop-down and select Bullets and Numbering. The Bullets and Numbering dialog appears.
  3. Click Picture. The Picture Bullet dialog appears.
  4. Click Import. A file browser window opens.
  5. Navigate to saved image file (i.e. JPG, GIF) and select picture.
  6. Click Add. The image is added to the picture gallery.
  7. Click OK.

Cheers!

hɔuᴉnb

Comments and questions are always welcome!

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