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Excel VBA Embed Check Box in Cell

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Is it possible to embed a check box inside a cell so that when it is checked or unchecked VBA code can run off it?
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You can't embed one in a cell, no, but you can place one over the top of the cell and assign a macro to it?
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Like in this example

added a ActiveX CheckBox

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Thank you both for the help
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