In a previous discussion (How to change the color of a bullet), I saw that I should go to the Character Styles palette and create a new character style, and then go to the Paragraph Styles palette and create a new paragraph style. However, I can't see where to open the Character Styles or Paragraph Styles palettes in Acrobat Pro DC. Is there a hidden advanced editing menu somewhere in Acrobat Pro DC? Or is there some new "simplified user-friendly" way of changing bullet colors in Acrobat Pro DC?
That discussion was about InDesign, not Acrobat.
In Acrobat the only way this can be done (if it can be done at all) is with the Edit Text & Images tool.
In Acrobat DC, you can change the bullet color by first selecting ALL of the bullets and text, and then going back to change ONE line of text+bullet to teh text color you want (it selects the bullet as well, but that won't change unless ALL bullets are selected), You can then select all of the remaining lines of text, and change those to the text color you want.
Selecting all bullets and text in a segment changes the Text AND the Bullets
Changing a single or multiple lines (but not all) will only change the text for those lines
Thank you so much! It worked, but what a silly work around.
Thank you so much! It worked.
Not intuitive at all.