I am an English teacher and a pedant (although a very poor typist, so forgive any typos). I was emailed by the Head to tell me that I had forgotten to put full stops at the end of the bullet points in my reports I emailed her back a link to show that you could use them if the bullet points were all complete sentences but that it was generally recognised that you did not, and offered to add them if she still wanted them. She replied that, yes, since some of the comments referred to punctuation I should use them I give up.
I think you can only use full stops if they are complete sentences with capital letters. I believe it's also ok to use no full stops at all whether a complete sentence or not so that's the safe option & personally I prefer it presentation-wise too.
incog ah, see that is what I thought too! I also agree I prefer the cleaner look, but, the bullets consist of some short simple sentences and some longer sections of information, which don't really look right without full stops.
So, I am guessing I need to put them in throughout, yes?