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How to Insert a Checkbox in Excel

How to Insert a Checkbox in Excel

There are a few ways to insert a checkbox in Excel. One way is to use the Developer tab. To do this, open Excel and go to the File tab. Select Options and then click on the Customize Ribbon tab. In the right-hand column, under Main Tabs, check the box next to Developer. Click OK.

The Developer tab will now be visible on the ribbon. Click on it and then click on the Controls group. In the Controls group, click on the Insert checkbox.

A checkbox will be inserted in the worksheet. To change the text that appears in the checkbox, right-click on it and select Format Control. In the Format Control dialog box, select the Control tab. In the Control tab, enter the text that you want to appear in the checkbox.

Another way to insert a checkbox is to use the Developer tab and the Excel VBA Editor. To do this, open Excel and go to the Developer tab. Click on the Excel VBA Editor.

In the Excel VBA Editor, click on the Insert menu and then click on the Checkbox control. A checkbox will be inserted in the worksheet.

To change the text that appears in the checkbox, right-click on it and select Properties. In the Properties dialog box, select the Appearance tab. In the Appearance tab, enter the text that you want to appear in the checkbox.

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