How do I create a styled bullet point list with lines above and below each bullet point as per image

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How would you be best to create a bullet point list with lines above and below each point?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 01, 2021 Feb 01, 2021
You can use that dialog box to define either a rule above a paragraph or below or both. You might want to define a rule above the first bullet point, and then below all of the bullet points, if the goal is to have a line above the first one, between all of them and then under the last one. ~Barb

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You can do this by defining a paragraph rule below (and/or above). 

 

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Thanks Barb, How do I get a line at the bottom of all the bullet points too tho?

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You can use that dialog box to define either a rule above a paragraph or below or both. You might want to define a rule above the first bullet point, and then below all of the bullet points, if the goal is to have a line above the first one, between all of them and then under the last one.

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In Stoke there is options start/end you can choose arrow or bullet or open cube on ur your line

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