Put a tab character in front of the first word of the benefits field. Char ( 9 ), BTW can be used to include a tab character in a text calculation.
And please note that you can use the Inspector's Appearance tab to set tab stops for this field.
Another idea that might simplify things would be to use a related table of features, benefits instead of individual fields named Feature 1, Benefit 1, Feature 2, Benefit 2...
I made some updates to my wording, sorry I should of proof read better.
Well I understand char ( 9 ) a bit and also option+tab on mac. And I also know how to set where tabs and indents stop in the Inspector.
But usually in the (benefits) field I got more than 1 line of text. I should of said this to begin with.
So all those extra lines of text turn out like this
No, that's a new detail that you left out of your original post, but if you play with the Indents section of the Inspector's Appearance tab, you can do this:
Specify a Left indent equal to the tab stop you've specified for the tab after the bullet character. Then specify a negative value for the first line indent that puts the first line out at the left edge of your field again.
Then remove the tab character that I suggested that you add if you went ahead and added it.
But I'd still consider using a related table for this data.
That worked perfectly.
- ... didn't know you could put - (negatives) in the idents and tabs.
Now I'm gonna work on making that related table data.