Entering a tick in a cell in Excel

  Dayglow 19:51 28 Dec 03
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Please can anyone advise if there is a simple way to insert a tick (i.e. meaning correct)in a cell.
I do not mean tick in the sense it is used in charts.

Defies me to find a way, short of finding clip art to download.

Thanks in advance.

Dayglow

  steve0 19:56 28 Dec 03

Use the font windings - there are a few ticks in that font

You can make one, it's a run command to get to the program. I'm trying to remember ...

  steve0 19:58 28 Dec 03

Forgot to say - use Character map - select then copy and paste into cell in Excel

  powerless 19:59 28 Dec 03

Excel - Insert, Symbol

Run: charmap

;-))))

  VoG II 19:59 28 Dec 03

Or Insert/Symbol and find simething suitable - v for example (actually square root symbol).

  powerless 20:03 28 Dec 03

You'll find a tick in:

Wingdings2

But shirley, that would only work if you make the Excel font Windings?

  powerless 20:19 28 Dec 03

Nope.

And if you could not you could always put the tick in another cell.

  pickle factory 20:22 28 Dec 03

You can select a particular font for each cell individually, Monotype Sorts also has ticks. You just need to find which key equates to a tick (I think it is 4 in Monotype Sorts

Private Character Editor - Run, eudcedit

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