@grebe That is only for the symbols. As Peldi stated there is no support for automatic bullet lists yet. I was looking to see if you could make them in Word and copy them over, but the indents don’t come over in the copy. Right now I think you’re stuck putting in spaces manually.
There are a few ways to do it. However, alt codes should work in any GUI application. The trick is you have to use the numpad and normally you have to have numlock on. Alt+numpad0149 should also give you a •.
Some other ways are to copy and paste the symbols. If you type your bullet list in Word you can copy and paste it. You will just have to manually adjust the spacing after pasting. The character map tool in Windows can show you the alt codes for various symbols and allow you to copy them to your clipboard. It is found under the start menu -> All programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Character Map.
If you use the symbols often then you could setup shift states using a custom keyboard map. There is a good guide I like for this in the following article,
I have used this before for mapping accented characters on my keyboard. It should work for bullet points.