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Typing Check Marks into Excel

When you need to type a check mark into Excel, there are a few different ways that you can do it. One way is to use the Wingdings font. To do this, first select the cell where you want to insert the check mark. Then, change the font to Wingdings by clicking on the Home tab and selecting Wingdings from the Font drop-down menu. Finally, press the P key on your keyboard, and a check mark will appear in the cell.

Another way to insert a check mark into Excel is to use the Symbol dialog box. To access this dialog box, click on the Insert tab and then click on Symbol in the Symbols group. In the Symbol dialog box, select Wingdings from the Font drop-down menu. Then, scroll down until you find the check mark symbol and double-click on it. This will insert the check mark into the selected cell.

If you need to insert multiple check marks into Excel, you can use the fill handle. First, insert a check mark into a cell using one of the methods described above. Then, select that cell and drag the fill handle (the small square in the bottom-right corner of the cell) down or across to wherever you need to insert additional check marks.

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