11 Replies
Joseph Jani

Hi Rick,

Hope you're doing well, how are you replacing the dot-type bullets with arrows? do you manually delete them and key in the symbols one by one? 

We can define a bullet in Storyline 360 by doing this:

  • Insert a Text Box
  • Home > Bullets Drop-down > Bullets and Numbering... > Symbol 
  • Here you'll be able to select from different fonts such as Webdings, Wingdings, Wingdings 2 etc..,

After you select the symbol you wish to use, clicking "Insert" will bring you back to Bullets and Numbering window where you can customize the size and color of your new bullet.

Hope this helps

Thank you,

Bruce Ronk II

Yes, I would very much like to see it possible to add symbols as bullets that can be quickly selected from the bullet drop-down list, so you don't have to do it manually every time. I STRONGLY agree with Margita!  It takes a lot of extra time to have to do this every time you need to apply a custom bullet, whereas it would be much quicker if you could add it to your bullet style list.

Judy Nollet

In the meantime...

To save yourself from repeating the steps to make a custom bullet every time, do this: 

  • Add a "storage" scene to your project with one slide.
  • On that slide, create a text box with the custom bullets you want to use.
  • As you develop the actual course, copy & paste the bullets from storage wherever you need them. Then edit their text.
  • When the course is done, delete the storage scene.