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How to Insert Check Marks into an Excel Spreadsheet
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Bill Jellen: Hey, welcome back to Mr. Excel netcast I'm Bill Jelen. I want to send a big thank you out to everyone who saw yesterday’s podcast and voted. I want to send that big thank you to all of my Australian customers who put up with me at 9:00 P.M, three hours before the deadline spamming them and asking them to vote, it was neck and neck I pulled ahead of Dan English around 6:00 yesterday I did, I did pull ahead those. So congratulations to Dan with his VI Conference Flight Analysis. You should go out to Alpha Geek Challenge and check these out two excel guys under this contest.
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Again thanks for everyone who voted and congratulations to Dan, I'm winning that it was just a lot of fun to try to get reconnect with some folks yesterday. Margaret happened to call the office last night I was there late trying to drum up some votes and Margaret “Hey, I got this project from my manager it’s driving me crazy I need to show check marks”. And check marks are really, really hard to do in excel, really hard to do. Especially if you want to be able to check them on and off but Margaret just want to be able to print the check marks and I have a great solution for that.
So here’s what we’re going to do, we’re going to choose this data where the check marks are going to be and we’re going to put Q or our capital R, so the capital R is there. We’ll make those out large let’s go about 24 point and we’re going to center them and center that. Alright, and then we’re going to go into the font drop down. And all the way at the bottom you have a font called “Wingdings 2” and it’s important that you use Wingdings 2 and check that out. Wingding 2 with the R character is a check mark. And what we’ve integrated for R is Q right. So Q is really nice X so you can create a great visualization it has checkmarks and X’s just by using that font.
Now Margaret called me back about two minutes later and she’s like “Oh, my gosh it quit working all of the sudden I started getting nine’s” and if you have to be really careful with that that Q and the R because if you type a lower case Q you get an eight and a lower case R you get a nine. So you almost want to turn on the caps lock when you type your Q’s and R’s to make sure that that works. So there you go very tricky after all of this hard PowerPivot Podcast that we’ve done recently. I want to thank you for stopping by and see you next time for another netcast from Mr. Excel.