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wing ding check mark to insert into table

Posted on 2003-12-12
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I believe that the check mark is ascii code number 252.  I want to be able to insert a check mark into a field in a table that I have created in word.  

How do I do this?

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Hi jjjjjjj,
Change the font to WindDing, then hold the ALT key down and enter 0252 on the numeric keypad.

Cheers!

Brad
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If you have the Wingding 2 font, then type the letter p.  Otherwise, click on Insert, Symbol, change the subset to Arrows, and you'll find a checkmark.
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Thanks............

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Whoops, byunst, that wasn't there before.  Cheers.
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jjjjjjj,
Thanks for the grade!
Brad
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