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Spice up Word documents with picture bullets

You can liven up your Word documents by adding picture bullets. To use picture bullets, follow these steps.

If your users want to liven up their documents, show them how they can replace character bullets with picture bullets. Word offers a range of bullet styles and shapes, including animated ones.

In addition, you can add your own picture bullets to those provided. To use picture bullets, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Format | Bullets And Numbering.
  2. On the Bulleted tab, select a bullet style that you want to replace with a picture style.
  3. In Word 2002, click the Customize button, and click the Picture button. (In Word 2000, just click the Picture button.)
  4. Select a style from the Picture Bullet dialog box, and click OK to close all dialog boxes.

To create your own picture bullet, follow these steps:

  1. In the Picture Bullet dialog box, click the Import button in Word 2002. (In Word 2000, click the Import Clips button.)
  2. Navigate to the picture file, select it, and click Add in Word 2002. (In Word 2000, click Import.)
  3. Click OK to close all dialog boxes.

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