To continue with how good formatting makes documents easier to understand, easier to remember and ultimately, easier to score (which adds up to us maximising our chances at winning) we are now publishing how to format Bulleted lists in our tender documents. In this blog we will provide some beginner instructions on how to set a bulleted list, as well as how to format alignment and colour.
Bulleted lists help to provide structure to the varying features within our documents, enabling the reader to read the elements of the document we want to drive home and / or highlight. They help the reader understand key messages within topics, within the document.
There are a number of great ways to use lists within your document. For example, depending on the size and style of the document, a good approach to Bulleted lists is to include up to 4 levels of bullet styles, with each level being formatted in a less dominant way, or in a way that differentiates one from another.
- Bullet 1, b1
- Bullet 2, b2
- Bullet 3, b3
- Bullet 2, b2
Once you’ve decided what you want the symbols in your bulleted list to look like, we need to set up the styles in Word so that we can maintain the consistency across the whole document at the click of a button.
Getting creative with bulleted lists can be fun, but finicky. Feel free to give us a call if you need assistance in setting up templates or formatting for your tenders and corporate documents on 07 3211 4299 or emailing us here.
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