[access-uk] Re: bullet shortcut key in word

George

many thanks. - does work!!!!!


Off = <cr><cr>!

David


In message <5C7EA308D397A045B5F1FD9AF0FA4803354C58@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
vision.co.uk>, George Bell <george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes
>Hi David,
>
>Ctrl + Shift + l works here or Word 2003.  However, you have
>to begin typing for the bullet to appear.
>
>Beware, each time you press Return, it will create another
>bullet, so better make sure you know how to turn it off.
>
>George.
>
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> Sent: 15 January 2005 17:25
>> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: [access-uk] bullet shortcut key in word
>> 
>> All
>> 
>> the header says it all.
>> 
>> Can anyone let me know if such a shortcut exists?
>> 
>> The list which I have says that it should be:
>> ctrl+shft+l
>> but this is incorrect.
>> 
>> Help welcomed please?
>> 
>> David
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