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Visio 2000 bullet point formatting question

Visio 2000 bullet point formatting question

Visio 2000 bullet point formatting question

Hello, I am using visio 2000 and I have a process drawing that has a bulleted list. How do I reduce the distance between the text and the actual bullet point?
I have tried looking at the Text tab and played about with the paragraph and text block but to no avail, as the bullet point seems anchored to the text directly. Any ideas...? Hope its not like a really boring, simple query here!!

RE: Visio 2000 bullet point formatting question

Hi Andy
Thanks for the quick response. When I open the paragraph tab, the horizontal alignment is to the left, the indentation is Left 7.5mm, Right 0mm and First is -7.5mm. The spacing before and after is 0, and line is 120%. So you are saying I should reduce the Left indentation? I'll try it. cheers!

RE: Visio 2000 bullet point formatting question

The following seemed to improve matters:
For Horizontal alignment: Forced Justified
Left: 10mm
Right: 4mm
Spacing Before and After were 0pt and Line was set to 110%.

Not quite perfect but better than before!

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