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I'm not sure I understand your question, @Peejee.

But if I do understand it, then I think that simply assigning the Bullet 1 Paragraph Style to your text should handle it.


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Hai walt.farrel,

Thanks, ik try to figure it out. But i don't understand it yet. I uses this function in Indesign very often that why its important to me. (command+backslash in the textbox in Adobe Indesign) Is het possible to make a short video how you do it?

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@Peeje, you don't need a video:

1. Place the text cursor in a paragraph you want with bullet + indent
2. Click the bullet list button in the context tool bar:

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Affinity has no such special character "indent to here" like InDesign offers.

in Affinity you may assign your own keyboard shortcut (f.i. command+backslash)  for this menu command: Text > List > Bullet.

So, finally here is a video if you like to learn a bit more about bullet or numbered lists in Affinity:
https://affinity.serif.com/en-us/tutorials/publisher/desktop/video/337313778/


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