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How Do I Insert a Tick into a Word Document?

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The easiest method one can use to insert a tick or a mark symbol into your MS Word document is by using the Symbols command that is found under the insert menu. You can also insert the symbol by using the Windows Character Map tool. In addition, one can key in the keyboard shortcut for the symbol as well.
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1. Click at the place in the document where you want to insert the attachment. It is best to compose the text before adding graphics. 2. Click on "Insert" from the menu
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When I use Wingdings I don't get any tick symbols so if you have the same problem try the font 'Marlett' and its character 'a' for a tick.
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1 Place your cursor. Make sure the insert cursor is blinking in the location you're about to place your symbol. Click on the Insert tab on the taskbar. Ad
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As above, go to Insert > Symbols. But don't forget to make the font 'Wingdings' which provides you with that tick symbol. Source(s): Microsoft Word
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