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Word 2007 Checkbox without Forms Protection

Posted on 2010-09-22
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Is there a way to have a checkbox that can be clicked to check / uncheck without running the document in forms protected mode (word 2007)?

Answers not using visual basic preferred.
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You could use an ActiveX  checkbox.
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Accurate answer that solved my problem, but did not go into detail on how to access this feature.
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Thanks for the help. Vogen, the link you sent is for the legacy checkbox that would require the document to be locked.
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