Google Sheets, a potent tool for data manipulation and organization, offers a vast array of features. However, one function that is not directly accessible is the ability to add bullet points. Don’t worry, though! There are effective workarounds that let you add bullet points to your Google Sheets. This blog post will guide you on how to insert bullets in Google Sheets.
Method 1: Using a Keyboard Shortcut
One of the easiest ways to add bullet points in Google Sheets is by using a simple keyboard shortcut. To insert a bullet point, first, click on the cell where you want the bullet point. Then press Alt+7 or Alt+9 on your keyboard. This action will insert a bullet point into the selected cell.
1. Click on the cell where you want to insert a bullet. 2. Press Alt+7 or Alt+9.
Method 2: Using the CHAR function
Google Sheets also allows you to use the CHAR function to insert bullet points. To do this, use the CHAR function with the right Unicode. For a filled round bullet, use CHAR(8226), and for a hollow round bullet, use CHAR(9675).
=CHAR(8226)&" "&"Your Text Here"
The above formula will create a filled round bullet point. Replace “Your Text Here” with your actual text.
Method 3: Using the Copy-Paste Method
The third method to insert bullet points in Google Sheets is by simply copying a bullet point from a text document or a webpage and pasting it into your cell on Google Sheets.
2. Select the cell where you want the bullet point in Google Sheets.
3. Press Ctrl+V or right-click and choose paste.
These are the three straightforward methods to insert bullet points in Google Sheets. All three methods work perfectly fine; you can use any of them depending on your preference or requirements.
Remember that while Google Sheets might not have an outright option for bullet points, don’t let that limit your data presentation. With the above techniques, you can efficiently insert bullet points and make your data look more organized and presentable.