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9 Excel Shortcuts for Bullet Points

If you're anything like me, you probably spend a lot of time in Excel. And if you're anything like me, you probably also spend a lot of time creating bullet points. Bullet points are a great way to organize information and make it easy to read, but they can be a bit of a pain to create. That's why I've put together this list of 9 Excel shortcuts for creating bullet points. With these shortcuts, you'll be able to create bullet points faster and easier than ever before!

1. Ctrl+Shift+L � This shortcut will insert a bullet point at the current cell. You can then type your text and hit Enter to move to the next cell. Repeat this shortcut to insert additional bullet points.

2. Ctrl+Shift+8 � This shortcut will insert a bullet point at the beginning of the current cell. You can then type your text and hit Enter to move to the next cell. Repeat this shortcut to insert additional bullet points.

3. Ctrl+Shift+9 � This shortcut will insert a bullet point at the end of the current cell. You can then type your text and hit Enter to move to the next cell. Repeat this shortcut to insert additional bullet points.

4. Ctrl+Shift+0 � This shortcut will remove the bullet point from the current cell. You can then type your text and hit Enter to move to the next cell. Repeat this shortcut to remove additional bullet points.

5. Ctrl+Shift+- � This shortcut will decrease the indent of the current bullet point. This is useful if you want to create a nested list. Repeat this shortcut to decrease the indent of additional bullet points.

6. Ctrl+Shift+= � This shortcut will increase the indent of the current bullet point. This is useful if you want to create a nested list. Repeat this shortcut to increase the indent of additional bullet points.

7. Ctrl+Shift+* � This shortcut will create a nested bullet point. You can then type your text and hit Enter to move to the next cell. Repeat this shortcut to insert additional nested bullet points.

8. Ctrl+Shift+^ � This shortcut will move the current bullet point up one level. This is useful if you want to rearrange your bullet points. Repeat this shortcut to move additional bullet points.

9. Ctrl+Shift+& � This shortcut will move the current bullet point down one level. This is useful if you want to rearrange your bullet points. Repeat this shortcut to move additional bullet points.

I hope you find these shortcuts helpful! If you have any other tips or tricks for creating bullet points in Excel, please share them in the comments below.

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