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Old 06-07-2010, 01:27 PM
TempleClause TempleClause is offline Bullet points are messed up Windows 7 Bullet points are messed up Office 2007
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Hey there,



I hope you guys can help me out.

I have the following problem:

When I click on the bullet point icon i get to the following.




Where are my standard bullet points ? And the more important question, how can I restore the default bullet points ?

Cheers
Timothy
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Old 06-07-2010, 04:12 PM
BrazzellMarketing BrazzellMarketing is offline Bullet points are messed up Windows XP Bullet points are messed up Office 2007
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First, I am assuming that you are intending to work in that language.

When I click the down arrow beside the bullets option in the ribbon menu, I get a list of my most recently used bullets. If I don't want one of those bullets, I click "Define New Bullet" at the bottom of that list. In the Define New Bullet window that pops up, you can select the Symbol button. This launches the whole symbol font set and probably has the bullet you want.

If you don't find the bullet you want in that list, notice in the "Symbol" window that launches, that you can choose a font set. Webdings and Wingdings have good options.
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Old 06-08-2010, 09:46 AM
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First, I am assuming that you are intending to work in that language.

When I click the down arrow beside the bullets option in the ribbon menu, I get a list of my most recently used bullets. If I don't want one of those bullets, I click "Define New Bullet" at the bottom of that list. In the Define New Bullet window that pops up, you can select the Symbol button. This launches the whole symbol font set and probably has the bullet you want.

If you don't find the bullet you want in that list, notice in the "Symbol" window that launches, that you can choose a font set. Webdings and Wingdings have good options.
Yeah it is the language I want to use.

Yeah that's my problem :-) I can't find this arrow anywhere...


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Old 06-08-2010, 09:51 AM
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I fixed it :-D

My Font files were messed up (I haven't got any idea why).
So I just copied all fonts from another computer and overwritten the existing files.

Cheers !
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Old 06-08-2010, 11:53 AM
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Good job!!
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