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    Check list boxes

    Does anyone have a way to produce the actual check "boxes" used when preparing a text type check list?
    Am I saying this right? The boxes similar to a drop down list where you can check off a particular item in a list as being done.

    Either notepad. wordpad, Word or Works is available to me. What ever is easiest.
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    Re: Check list boxes

    Are the check boxes intended to be ticked/cleared electronically?

    If so, Word has two kinds of check boxes you can use in a document: those from the Forms toolbar (you must protect your document for forms to be able to use them), and those from the Control Toolbox toolbar.

    If the document is meant to be printed off and the check boxes will be filed in on the printed output, you can use Wordpad, Works or Word. The letter o in the Wingdings font prints as a square box, and there are many others in various fonts. You can play with the font size to get the box size you prefer.

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    Re: Check list boxes

    Hans,

    That's great info,
    The forms will be printed out and checked off later from the output.
    Thanks, appreciate it, Hans.
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