Simple Checkbox Control in Excel

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Add a checkbox control to your worksheet and access its value using regular formulas.

This allows you to control any number of formulas, or an entire spreadsheet, from a checkbox within the worksheet.

The checkbox used here is a real checkbox, not just a value in a cell, and you can place this checkbox form control wherever you would like.

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Use Checkmarks in Cells in Excel

Use a Checkbox in a Worksheet in Excel (msft)


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