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Microsoft Excel 2003 Misc - Insert Checkmark

It may be beneficial to use checkmarks in Microsoft Excel 2003 documents, such as in a column to mark that a particular task has been completed or a calculation performed. To do so:

1. Click "Insert" - "Symbol".

2. When the "Symbol dialog box appears, click the "Font" pull-down and choose "Wingdings".

3. Scroll down through the symbols to the very bottom. You should see two types of checkmarks - one regular and one in a box.

4. Double-click one of the checkmark symbols.

5. Click "Close" to close the dialog box.

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