Bullets are dots in the form of black circles, but they can also be any symbols you can use to highlight items in your list. Bullets can be letters of the alphabet and numbers, but did you know that you can
How to create a bulleted list with a function in Excel
Follow the steps below to create a bulleted list with a function in Excel:
- Launch Microsoft Excel.
- Enter data or use existing data.
- Enter a formula in a cell
- Press Enter.
- See result.
Launch Microsoft Excel.
Enter the data in the spreadsheet.
We have introduced a result header to show the result of the CHAR function.
Under the Result heading, enter the formula =CHAR(149). Then press Enter to see the result.
The result is a dot. See photo above.
If you already have a list in your spreadsheet but want to add bullets to it using the Char function, enter the formula =CHAR(149)&”, “&A3.
149 is the code and A3 is the cell containing the data you want to copy.
Then click Enter to see the result.
You will notice that the data in cell A3 has been copied, but it has a bullet point in front of it.
To copy other data in the list, drag the fill handle down. You will notice that other copied data is also marked with markers.
Delete the previous list and replace it with a bulleted one.
The Char function works with codes (numbers), each number you put in the formula will give a different result. See photo above.
There are two other methods for using the CHAR function in Excel.
The first way is to press fx in the top left corner of the Excel worksheet.
The paste function will appear.
Inside the dialog box in the Select section category, choose Text from the list.
Under Select function, select function CHAR from the list.
Then click OK.
The function’s arguments will open.
Enter in the input field the cell containing the number you want to calculate.
Then click OK.
The second way is to click Formulas and press Text in the Function Library group.
Then select CHAR.
Function Arguments will open.
Follow the same method as in Method 1.
Then click OK.
Can I create bullets in Excel?
Yes, you can create bullets in Excel; you can use the CHAR function in Excel to create a bulleted list. The Chart function can put any characters in your cell using codes representing the special character.
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How to insert bullets in Excel 2010?
Follow these steps to insert bullets in Microsoft Excel 2010:
- Launch Microsoft Excel 2010.
- Double click inside cell where you want to enter the bullet.
- Press Alt 7 enter the bullet into a vicious circle.
What is a bulleted list, explain with an example?
A bulleted list is used when a person creates a list with more than one item, such as creating a shopping list or a to-do list. Bullets make your list more organized.
What is the shortcut to insert markers in Excel?
Keyboard shortcuts are the fastest way to enter commands into your spreadsheets. The keyboard shortcut for adding bullets to an Excel cell is Alt + 7 or Alt 0149 for a solid bullet. Click the cell where you want to place bullets and press these keyboard shortcuts.
What is the function of bullets?
Markers are quite useful when adding to a list. People used markers to highlight items, arrange items, and help people with step-by-step instructions to complete a task. Bullets are usually black dots, but other symbols can be inserted as markers.
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