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Default How do I insert text in the space adjacent to a bullet list?

In a resume prepared by another person, the dates of employment appear next
to (left of) an indented bullet list of responsibilities. The dates of
employment are shown on two lines (2003-present is on two lines). I cannot
recreate this format.
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Most of the résumé templates that ship with Word use a table format. Try
creating a new document based on one of these templates to see how it works.
Make sure table gridlines are displayed (Table | Show Gridlines) so you can
see the cell boundaries.

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In a resume prepared by another person, the dates of employment appear

next
to (left of) an indented bullet list of responsibilities. The dates of
employment are shown on two lines (2003-present is on two lines). I

cannot
recreate this format.


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