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Adobe InDesign CC - Essential Training

How do I add bullets and numbered lists in Adobe InDesign?

Daniel Walter Scott

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In this video we're going to look at how to do bullets in InDesign, or maybe numbering. It's going to be the quickest video I've ever made. Let's go and do that now.

First thing we're going to do is find where, in our notes, we've got bullet points. I know that on my page 11, we're looking for the title 'Towards a more diverse workplace". And it's this list here that I've put in there. Virtually mine's ended up like, in a really awkward position to show you. So I'm just going to put in a few returns. Just so that it's not confusing during the text wrap.

So, I'm going to select all these guys. Bullets are nice and easy, make sure you're on "Paragraph' and then click ‘Bullets’. If you want numbers, click 'Numbers'. Super-duper simple. All right, next video.