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How to insert a check mark in Excel: symbol & shortcut

If you work with Excel on a regular basis, you probably know that you can insert a check mark by using the Wingdings font. But did you know that there's an even easier way to do it? With a simple keyboard shortcut, you can insert a check mark in Excel without having to change the font.

To insert a check mark in Excel, simply press the following key combination:

Alt + 0252

That's it! The check mark will appear in your cell.

If you want to insert a check mark in a different font, you can use the Symbol dialog box. To do this, simply select the cell where you want to insert the check mark and then click on the Insert tab. Next, click on the Symbol button and then select the Wingdings font from the drop-down menu. Finally, scroll down to the check mark symbol and click on Insert.

You can also use the Character Map tool to insert a check mark in Excel. To do this, simply select the cell where you want to insert the check mark and then click on the Insert tab. Next, click on the Symbol button and then select the Character Map option from the drop-down menu. Finally, scroll down to the check mark symbol and click on Insert.

If you want to insert a check mark in a specific location, you can use the mouse to click on the location where you want to insert the check mark. To do this, simply hold down the Alt key and then press the 0252 key on the numeric keypad. The check mark will appear in your cell.

If you want to insert a check mark in a range of cells, you can use the fill handle. To do this, simply select the cell where you want to insert the check mark and then click on the Fill Handle in the bottom-right corner of the cell. Next, drag the fill handle down to the cells where you want to insert the check mark and then release the mouse button.

You can also use the AutoFill feature to insert a check mark in a range of cells. To do this, simply select the cell where you want to insert the check mark and then click on the AutoFill Options button in the bottom-right corner of the cell. Next, select the Fill Series option from the drop-down menu and then click on OK.

If you want to insert a check mark in a specific location, you can use the mouse to click on the location where you want to insert the check mark. To do this, simply hold down the Alt key and then press the 0252 key on the numeric keypad. The check mark will appear in your cell.

If you want to insert a check mark in a range of cells, you can use the fill handle. To do this, simply select the cell where you want to insert the check mark and then click on the Fill Handle in the bottom-right corner of the cell. Next, drag the fill handle down to the cells where you want to insert the check mark and then release the mouse button.

You can also use the AutoFill feature to insert a check mark in a range of cells. To do this, simply select the cell where you want to insert the check mark and then click on the AutoFill Options button in the bottom-right corner of the cell. Next, select the Fill Series option from the drop-down menu and then click on OK.

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