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I have the following three bullet points in text like this:

  • BP 1
  • BP 2

Yada yada

  • BP 3

How do I get "Yada yada" to line up the text "BP 2". In other words I want the same indentation as the text "BP 2", but without the bullet point marker.

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Put two spaces at the end of BP 2, and don't leave a blank line after that:

* BP 1
* BP 2[space][space]
Yada yada

* BP 3
  • BP 1
  • BP 2
    Yada yada

  • BP 3


If you must have a blank line, do the same trick by putting two spaces at the end of a blank line, but now "yada yada" must be properly indented:

* BP 1
* BP 2[space][space]
[space][space]
  Yada yada

* BP 3
  • BP 1
  • BP 2

    Yada yada

  • BP 3

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To keep it neat you can use html <br> command.

* BP1
* BP2<br>Yada yada
* BP3

yeilds:

  • BP1
  • BP2
    Yada yada
  • BP3

OR:

* BP1
* BP2<br><br>Yada yada
* BP3

yields:

  • BP1
  • BP2

    Yada yada
  • BP3
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