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I have a check box in cell B6 that is linked to C6.  Currently if B6 is checked I get a true Value in C6 and False if B6 is not checked.

I want to change those values to Y for checked and N for unchecked.  How do I do that?
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If(B6=True,"Y","N") did not work BTW.
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No answer yet, I figured it out - check box was linked to the wrong cell.
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I should have caught the error more quickly.  SHeesh.
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