How To Make A Bullet Point On Mac

by John Sanderson
How To Make A Bullet Point On Mac

Most of us use a computer to get our work done. There are many ways to make a bullet point on your Mac, but the most widely used method is to simply click on the text box and select it with your mouse. But what if you don’t have a mouse? If you’re a touch typist, there’s still hope for you. All you’ll need is your keyboard. Below is an example of how to make a bullet point on a computer by using only the keyboard. You can also see some other methods in this blog post that will help you learn how to make a bullet point on Mac.

5 Steps How To Make A Bullet Point On Mac

Step 1: First of all, you’ll need to open up a Word document. If you don’t have Word on your computer, you can download it for free from Microsoft.com.

Step 2: Once the program is open, type out the text that you want to make into a bullet point. For example, I’m going to type out an introduction paragraph for this blog post.

Step 3: Once your text is ready, highlight it with your cursor and press Command+K on your keyboard. This will bring up the “Bold Text” window that will allow you to change the text into whatever style you want. For our purposes here, we want to make it bold.

Step 4: After clicking “OK”, we can see that our text has now become bolded (see image below). Now we just need to format it as a bullet point! This step is very simple and easy as well! All you have to do is go back into the same window where we made our text bold and click on “Bullets”. When the drop-down menu appears, click on “Numbered List”. You can see in my image below that there are other options available to us like “Decimal” or “Roman Numerals”, but these aren’t appropriate for making bullet points in an essay or blog post (unless of course, this was an assignment from school). You should now see that all of your text has been turned into a numbered list!

Step 5: That’s it! You’ve successfully made a bullet point. Now you can continue typing out the rest of your text, but now with nice and organized bullet points.

How Can I Make My Bullet Point List Look Better?

Step 1: Try using different fonts

If you’re using Microsoft Word on a Mac, there are many different fonts that you can choose from when making your bullet points. For example, I’m going to use the “Arial” font in my next example.

Step 2: Change the color of your bullet points

If you don’t want to change the font of your text, but instead just want to change the color, Microsoft Word has a tool for that as well! Just highlight your text with your cursor and press Command+K on your keyboard. This will bring up a menu with many different styles that we can apply to our text. Once again, we want to go ahead and click on “Bold Text” (as shown in the image below). Then we’ll want to click on “Font Color”, which will bring up another menu with some colors from which you can choose. For this blog post, I decided on green because it matches my website’s theme colors.

Step 3: Try alternating between two or more colors for each bullet point

This is an interesting way of making bullet points look better in an essay or blog post without having to use any images or pictures at all! All you have to do is choose a different color for each bullet point.

Step 4: Try making your bullet points in a circle

This is another way of making bullet points look better in an essay or blog post without having to use images or pictures. All you have to do is make the shape of your bullet points look like a circle instead of a square.

What features are available to create a bullet point on Mac?

1. ITUNES: iTunes is a very popular music and video player on Mac OS X. I’ve included the iTunes icon to the right of this section because it’s a great way to listen to music on your Mac!

2. SAVE: This is an easy way to save your bullet points in order if you want to come back later and edit them, or use them as examples of what you wanted to say in the first place.

3. COPY: This is another easy way for you to copy and paste text from one place where it’s been copied in order for you into another area that needs it.

4. PASTE: If you have some text that needs editing, this will be a great way for you to do so! Just click on the little pencil next to where you want the text pasted, select all of the text with your cursor, and then hit Command+V (or “Control+V” on a PC) on your keyboard!

5. EDIT: This option allows you to edit any existing text that has been copied into Word! This is also an easy way for you to change any words or phrases that may have been incorrectly copied from somewhere else into their correct format before pasting it into Word! After editing anything, just click on “Paste” again and all of your changes will be automatically pasted back into where they were originally supposed to go.

How Do I make A Bullet Point List In Microsoft Word?

Step 1: Try making your bullet points look more organized

Instead of using the numbers 1 through 5, try using numbers 1 through 8 (for example), or even just adding numbers like 1-3-5. This will help you make your bullet points look more organized and will also give them a little bit more color than if you just did one number at a time.

Step 2: Try changing up your font color for each bullet point

If you don’t want to change the font color of your text, but instead just want to change the color, Microsoft Word has a tool for that as well! Just highlight your text with your cursor and press Command+K on your keyboard. This will bring up a menu with many different styles that we can apply to our text. Once again, we want to go ahead and click on “Bold Text”.

Step 3: Try making your bullet points look more creative

If you have access to Microsoft Word’s “Insert” menu, then you can try adding a picture or image to the center of your bullet points. I would try and make sure that the picture is centered vertically or horizontally in the text. This will help make your bullet points look more exciting, but don’t overdo it! You want to make sure that they still look organized and structured.

Conclusion

I hope this blog post on how to make a bullet point on your Mac was helpful. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to let us know in the comment section below!