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I have a checkbox in excel vba, how do i change the label font size in the checkbox to make it larger then the default.
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Question by:macone1976
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by:Glenn M
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There isn't an easy way to change the formatting of a form check box - you can use an ActiveX check box instead and do anything you'd like with appearance to that.

There is a hard way; http://www.jkp-ads.com/Articles/Excel2007FileFormat01.asp
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In design mode. right-click the checkbox and select properties. Select Font and change Font, Style and size there.

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In VBA you can use:

Me.CheckBox1.Font.Size = (Enter numerical value here)
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