Creating Bullet Lists In Pages

You can create both bullet lists and numbered lists in Pages. Bullets can be many different characters or even images. Numbered lists can use a variety of numbering systems. You can mix and match list types and even create your own styles.

Comments: 6 Responses to “Creating Bullet Lists In Pages”

    Bob Douglass
    9 years ago

    Nice, easy to understand review of how bullets work.
    You save me hours with your 'help' videos.


    9 years ago

    Thanks for making these wonderful videos. I watch them all and and save them for future reference! You do a great job, and your videos are nice and easy to understand!

    Shirley Allan
    9 years ago

    Strangely I have been struggling with stopping lists so was overjoyed to see this tutorial. The only way I can stop the list from continuing is to press Return AND Delete. There must be a setting somewhere that is preventing my Pages 5.2 from using the Return twice quickly to stop a list.

    Linda Taylor
    9 years ago

    This sounds very easy, but I haven't updated to Pages 5 yet and was wondering if the same procedure is used in Pages 4. I have a rather involved list, containing 7 levels of indentation with different types and sizes of bullets. I was told I'd need to create a style for each level, but thought creating a bullet style like you did much easier. Do you remember the 'old version' enough to advise? Thanks bunches.

      9 years ago

      You can do the same thing, but it works very differently in Pages 4. It has been more than a year, so I won't be of much help.

    9 years ago

    Your "Creating Bullet Lists In Pages" came in the "nick of time", I am putting together an outline presentation on numbers "from" the Pages program with reference "add-on links" and my frustration is over on how to use the bullet list more efficiently. Thanks again, and keep up the great work!

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