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Resizing Checkboxes in Excel

When it comes to resizing checkboxes in Excel, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First of all, checkboxes are inserted as objects, not as cells. This means that they can be a bit tricky to resize. However, with a little bit of patience and attention to detail, it is definitely possible to resize checkboxes in Excel.

The first thing you need to do is select the checkbox (or checkboxes) that you want to resize. To do this, simply click on the checkbox (or checkboxes) with your mouse. Once you have done this, you should see a small black square appear in the top left-hand corner of the selected checkbox (or checkboxes). This black square is known as the selection handle.

Now that you have selected the checkbox (or checkboxes) that you want to resize, it's time to start resizing! To do this, simply click and hold down your left mouse button on the selection handle. While still holding down your left mouse button, drag the selection handle inwards or outwards until the checkbox (or checkboxes) is/are the size that you want.

Once you have finished resizing the checkbox (or checkboxes), simply release your left mouse button. And that's it! You have now successfully resized your checkbox (or checkboxes).

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