Unlike the word processing program integrated into Windows 7, the corresponding program in Windows XP only handles one kind of bullet points. This is what most users believe, although it is possible to access a range of others.
The classic bullet points
The trick consists of inserting the bullet points via a keyboard shortcut, instead of using the button on the toolbar.
To do this, select the paragraphs or lines which need to be bullet pointed, and then use the CTRL + SHIFT + L key combination by holding down the CTRL and SHIFT keys while pressing L to change through the different bullet point options available.
You will have the choice between classic bullet points, Arab characters, small letters and roman numerals in both lower and upper cases.
Upper case roman numerous available after press the L key six times