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LiveCycle Form - Bullets

transitionnick
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Need help with inserting bullets into form using LiveCycle.  I'm a newbie and appreciate any help.  Thanks.

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Jerry62712-TOkM
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Are the items to be bulleted a series of text boxes or is it a list box?

If it is a series of text boxes, you can add a circle object.  Adjust it to be a heck of a lot smaller than the default (hold down shift and drag the corners in).  Add a fill color (not the default white or you won't see the color).  Repeat as necessary.

If it is a list or drop down box then is gets more interesting.  You would have to concatenate a bullet to the front of the list items, AFAIK.  The gurus here may (probably) have better information.

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Jerry62712-TOkM
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Could you expand on that?  Do you mean bullet points like this:

  • 1
  • 2
Jerry62712-TOkM
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Are the items to be bulleted a series of text boxes or is it a list box?

If it is a series of text boxes, you can add a circle object.  Adjust it to be a heck of a lot smaller than the default (hold down shift and drag the corners in).  Add a fill color (not the default white or you won't see the color).  Repeat as necessary.

If it is a list or drop down box then is gets more interesting.  You would have to concatenate a bullet to the front of the list items, AFAIK.  The gurus here may (probably) have better information.

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transitionnick
Level 1
Level 1

That works like a charm; fortunately I don't need a lot of them.  Thanks a bunch.

Ruby_Rouge
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Level 1

In a text box, try creating your bullet list in Word and then copy and paste.  You can adjust space between bullet and text