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I am happy to share that we have shipped the Bullets and Numbering in 26.4 update for Illustrator. It’s a phased rollout so you may not see 26.4 update yet but it would rollout globally in a day or two.
You can read about this and other new features here ( https://helpx.adobe.com/in/illustrator/using/whats-new/2022-5.html ).
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We have passed this request along to Grammarly and that while Grammarly thought it would be useful, they’re unable to prioritize it at this time.
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Do it Grammarly, even at a small fee!!!
If you're on a Mac, you'll have to depend on option>8. You'll get a bullet something like this: •
Make it larger or smaller to your liking and use the character palette to raise or lower the baseline shift because each font displays its bullets differently.
Copy the bullet and the space behind it and paste it in front of your following items.
A pain, but a workaround that I've found to be helpful and saves a lot of time.
Or PC and Mack folks, see the attached screenshot to see how to use the Glyphs panel to create a bullet by clicking twice on the one you want,