Tired of the standard numbers and the solid dotted rounds as bullets to highlight certain parts of your content on Google Docs? Well, the developers at Google understand the shortcoming and hence allow users to make use of custom bullets as well.
Adding custom bullets are fun, quirky and a very sleek way to make your content stand out from the basic and boring appearance. Although Google Docs indeed has very limited customization features and tools, you can’t miss out on this one.
Custom bullets are a fun way to organize your document without any complications along the way. If you are confused about how to use custom bullets for lists in Google Docs and use them proactively, this guide will answer all your questions and share all the steps involved in the process.
Steps to Use Custom Bullets for Lists in Google Docs:
- Open Google Docs:
- Next, select the bullets in your list to highlight them:
- Next, right click the bullets icon and then select “More Bullets”
- Next, you can search by keyword on the right side. You can also draw a symbol if you want to sketch pictures for your bullets.
- You can also use the drop down to select the pre existing icon :