Bullet Points are used to highlight important pieces of information.
They will help to provide information and will typically follow a colon.
If the text that follows the bullet point is not a full sentence, it does not need a capital letter or a full stop. If the text that follows the bullet point is a full sentence, it should have a capital letter and a full stop.
Remember, the instructions for using bullet points are guidelines rather than rules, but be consistent.
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