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How to Insert a Check Mark Symbol in Excel

The check mark symbol () can be useful when you want to indicate that something has been completed or verified. For example, you might want to create a to-do list with check boxes next to each item, or you might want to insert a check mark in a cell to indicate that you've reviewed it. Whatever the reason, Excel makes it easy to insert a check mark symbol in a cell.

To insert a check mark symbol in Excel, simply press the following keys on your keyboard:

Alt + 0252

This will insert a check mark symbol in the cell where your cursor is currently located. If you want to insert a check mark in multiple cells, simply select those cells and press the keys above. The check mark will be inserted in all of the selected cells.

If you want to remove a check mark from a cell, simply press the delete key on your keyboard. The check mark will be removed from the cell.

That's all there is to it! Now you know how to insert a check mark symbol in Excel.

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