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Bulleted Lists or Hanging Indents
The keyboard shortcut for the default bullet in QuarkXPress is Option (Mac OS) or Shiftɛ (Windows). If you are using the Symbol font and you know which key produces the symbol character you need, you can press Command䨘龷 (Mac OS) or Ctrl䨘龷 (Windows); the next keystroke will be in the Symbol font. Subsequent keystrokes automatically return to the original font. The same applies for entry of one Zapf Dingbat character when Command㪛抢羙 (Mac OS) or Ctrlɛ (Windows) is typed.
NOTE: The Symbol and Zapf Dingbats fonts must be installed on the system in order to use these shortcut combinations.
To explore the different bullet possibilities, view the entire font character set in either the Macintosh Key Caps utilities or Windows Character Map. You can also view special bullet glyphs in the Glyphs palette if they are available in the font.
An Alternative Method for Hanging Indents
If you have only a single paragraph that needs a Hanging Indent, or if you want manual and precise control in its placement, you can simply use an Indent Here character (Command [backslash]) immediately before the character on which you want subsequent lines to indent. The remaining lines of the current paragraph then wrap to the location of the Indent Here character.
Note: QuarkXPress 8 includes Hanging Character features that include additional controls for managing Hanging Punctuation and bulleted lists.