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How do I create a simple interactive checkbox in word?

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I have a user who wishes to have checkboxes in a word document that are toggled by a simple click or double click.  How can she do this?
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You can use a checkbox from the 'Controls toolbox' toolbar, or one from the Forms toolbar. To use the latter, the document should to be protected, so if that is the only control that you need, use one from the toolbox.
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