Working with Google Sheets is easy and convenient. Thanks to all the helpful features added by Google.
Google Sheets have been receiving new features regularly. One of the best features is the option to include bullet points.
Sometimes, you may feel the need to add bullet points in your Sheets, while creating a list. This makes your work look more organized and neat. While there are few ways to insert bullet points in Google Sheets, there is no direct way to do this.
If you are confused or don’t know how to insert bullet points in Google Sheets, no worries, we have got you covered. In this post, we will provide a step-by-step guide to add bullet points in Sheets. For convenience, we have explained each of the steps in detail. All you need to do is follow them correctly and you should be good to go.
There are two ways to add a bullet point to a cell in Google Sheets
- Using Shortcut
- Using Formula
Steps to insert bullets points in Google sheets using shortcut:
- Open Google sheets:
- Now, on the selected cell hold ALT key and press 7 on the numeric keypad(On PC)
For Mac Hold the OPTION key and press 8
Follow with CONTROL + OPTION + ENTER to insert a line break:
You can also click Alt+Enter and have multiple points in a cell
Steps to insert bullets points in Google sheets using Formula:
You can use CHAR formula to insert a bullet point because CHAR formula returns the character specified by the number
- On a cell type the fo;owing formula and press enter:
- Now, the cell will show a bullet point in the cell:
- Click on the drag icon and drag it to your desired cell for multiple cells with bulles points: