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How to adjust text after a bullet in PowerPoint



Bulleted lists are standard prizes in PowerPoint presentations, and sometimes you want to adjust these bullets to look right. PowerPoint gives you a lot of control by letting you customize and adjust the text after a point point. Like this.

Adjust the dotted text horizontally in its textbox

First open the PowerPoint presentation and go to the frame that contains the column text. Select the text at the point you want to adjust.

  Select text

On the "Home" tab you see four different customization options – the same that you use to customize normal text.

  customization options

From left to right, these options are:

  • Adjust Left (Ctrl + L)
  • Center (Ctrl + E)
  • Adjust Right (Ctrl + R)
  • Adjust (Ctrl + J)

Raising over each option with the mouse gives you the adaptation type, the respective shortcut button and adjustment description.

  adaptation description

Select the desired customization option. In this example, we select "Center".

  Center Targeting

Now you will mark the selected text center in the text box.

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If you need to adjust more than one dot at a time to the same setting settings, you can select multiple dots simultaneously and then select the adjustment.

Adjust the column text horizontally by adjusting the indentation

Another method for adjusting aligned text horizontally is to use the ruler function to adjust both the bullet points and the text that follows. To use this feature, you must first activate the ruler by going to the "View" tab and activating the "Ruler" checkbox.

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Now you will notice that a ruler appears on the top and left side. Then select the point heading that you want to work with. We use the same text.

  Highlight text

When you select the text, three stroke indents are displayed on the ruler:

  • First line indent: This is the top marker (the downward triangle)
  • Hanging indent: This is the center marker (the upward triangle) and you can use it to adjust the text of the text.
  • Left Indent: This is the lower cursor (rectangle), and you can use it to adjust the point and text simultaneously.

Adjust the column text vertically in its textbox [19659003] Just to the right of the usual customization options you will see an "Adjust Text" button that you can use to customize the text vertically. This affects all text in the box, so you cannot set different dots individually.

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 adjust the text options menu

Follow these simple rules and you will be able to draw attention to specific points using unique text and bullet placement.


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