Here’s a question from Diane:
I am creating a bulleted list in Word. By default, all bullets are colored black. is there are way to switch the bullets to a different color, say red?
Sure Diane. Please read on this tutorial which is applicable for all Office 2016 applications.
Set color bullet point:
In Word 2016:
- Open your word document, go to Home and click on the drop down box of bulletin in the paragraph menu.
- Hit Define New Bullet…
- Click on Font in the bullet character.
- In the font color choose needed color for your bullet point and Hit OK.
In Excel 2016:
Office does not provide bullet option in Excel and OneNote separately. So to use bulletin read the procedure below.
- Open your excel spreadsheet and select Symbols in the Insert ribbon.
- Select anyone of the symbols to use as a bulletin, hit Insert and select Close.
- Now select all the inserted cell, click on the bottom right of the cell and drag to insert the same bullet point to the other cells.
- To color the bullet point, select the inserted cells and click Home.
- In the font click on the drop down box of font color and select your needed color.
In OneNote 2016:
- Open your OneNote, click on Insert and select the drop down box in Symbols to use it as Bullet point.
- Select the Bulletin, click Home and select font color in Basic Text to change the bullet color.
- In your PowerPoint presentation, click on Home and select Bullet in paragraph menu.
- Now, click on the drop down box in bullet and select Bullets and Numbering.
- Click on the color and select your needed colors for you bullet point.
Thanks for reading.