You may need to insert bullets when working with Excel, unfortunately, Excel did not provide a direct way to insert bullets like the way in Word. Here are 4 ways you can use to Insert Bullets!
Method 1: Using Excel Shortcuts
The most convenient way to insert bullets is using Excel shortcuts "Alt+7" and "Alt+9", where the numbers 7 and 9 are from the Number Pad.
If you have multiple lines in the cell, please use Alt+Enter to insert a new line within the cell.
If your computer does not have a separate Number Pad, you need to find the "Num Lock" key to turn your number keys on.
Method 2: Using Symbols
Step 1: Double click the cell you are working;
Step 2: Click Insert Tab from the Ribbon;
Step 3: Click the Symbols command on the right;
Select 4: Select "Box drawing" from the "Subset" box and select the bullets from the list, then click the Insert button;
Method 3: Excel Char Function
The Char function will convert a number into the specified character.
Method 4: Custom Cells
This is to format each cell to have the bullets instead of inserting multiple bullets in one cell.
Step 1: Highlight cells (or columns) you are working with;
Step 2: Right click, and click Format Cells;
Step 3: In "Format Cells" window, click "Custom" on the left navigation bar, then type "• General" 4 times with semi-colons between (positive number, negative number, zero and text).
Step 4: Each cell will come with a bullet.