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20 Check Mark Shortcuts in Excel

If you work with Excel on a daily basis, you know how frustrating it can be to constantly click the mouse to insert a check mark symbol. Luckily, there are a few shortcuts you can use to insert a check mark with just a few keystrokes. In this article, we'll show you 20 different ways to insert a check mark in Excel.

The first way to insert a check mark is to use the Character Map tool. To do this, open the Character Map tool by clicking on the Start button, then selecting Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map. In the Character Map window, select the check mark symbol, then click the Select button. Next, click the Copy button, then switch back to Excel and paste the check mark into the cell where you want it.

If you want to insert a check mark into multiple cells at once, you can use the Fill Handle. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Shift key, and use the arrow keys to select the cells you want to fill. Once the cells are selected, release the Shift key and press the F2 key. This will bring up the Edit mode, where you can type in the check mark. Once you've typed in the check mark, press Enter to insert it into the cells.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell that already contains text, you can use the Alt + 0252 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0252 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell that doesn't contain any text, you can use the Alt + 0165 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0165 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you don't want to overwrite any existing text, you can use the Alt + 0162 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0162 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different color, you can use the Alt + 0167 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0167 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the color you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different size, you can use the Alt + 0168 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0168 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the size you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different font, you can use the Alt + 0169 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0169 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the font you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different style, you can use the Alt + 0170 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0170 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the style you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different weight, you can use the Alt + 0171 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0171 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the weight you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different color, you can use the Alt + 0172 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0172 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the color you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different size, you can use the Alt + 0173 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0173 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the size you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different font, you can use the Alt + 0174 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0174 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the font you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different style, you can use the Alt + 0175 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0175 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the style you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different weight, you can use the Alt + 0176 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0176 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the weight you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different color, you can use the Alt + 0177 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0177 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the color you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different size, you can use the Alt + 0178 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0178 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the size you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different font, you can use the Alt + 0179 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0179 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted into the cell in the font you selected.

If you want to insert a check mark into a cell, but you want it to be a different style, you can use the Alt + 0180 shortcut. To do this, first click on the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, press and hold down the Alt key, and type in 0180 on the numeric keypad. Once you've typed in the numbers, release the Alt key and the check mark will be inserted

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