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Remove a check box from a Microsoft Word document in a few simple steps. Before undertaking this process, you should first understand how to add the check box. Users typically insert check boxes into a Word document when creating a checklist or when attempting to give an ordinary bulleted list a fancier look.
To add a check box to your Word document, click on the arrow on the right side of the “Bullets” button located on the “Home” tab of the user interface window. Next, select “Define New Bullet,” then “Symbol” from the resulting window. Locate the check box you want to use from the list of symbols, click “OK,” and then “OK” again on the initial window. This process inserts the check box into your document and will create a new check box each time you press “Enter” to create a new line of text.
Remove a check box from your Word document by highlighting the line from which you want to remove the box or by placing the cursor somewhere on the line that contains the box. If you want to remove multiple check boxes, highlight all of the lines you want to change. Click on the arrow on the right side of the “Bullets” button. From the next window, select the “None” option in the “Bullet Library” section. With the check box removed, you can proceed to work on the document with the settings that were in place before you undertook the editing process.
Typically, Word documents that contain check boxes are intended for use in printed form, such as for a questionnaire or test, which is checked off with a pen or pencil. You can also create a checklist that is checked off electronically within a Word document. Because this involves creating table with two columns and however many rows your checklist requires, removing the check box is done by deleting the table’s left column. Removing the check boxes in this type of checklist does not remove the table.
Although most check boxes are square or rectangular in shape, you can add check boxes of different shapes and sizes to your Microsoft Word document. Select the shape you want to use from the “Symbol” list to give your checklist a different look. Remove these check boxes using the same method used to delete traditionally-shaped check boxes. As you adjust the text size in your document, the check box sizes are adjusted accordingly.
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How to insert check box form field in Word document?
Check box form field provides an easy way for a user to select an item on a form.This tutorial will show you the way to insert check box form field into Word document.
Step 1: click Developer tab and click Legacy Tools button in Controls group;
Step 2: click Check Box Form Field in Legacy Forms group.
Tips: click here if you can’t find the Developer tab.
Kutools for Word gathering check box functions of Word together, users can insert check box form field or other types of check box into document easily.
After installing Kutools for Word, please do as below: （Free Download Kutools for Word Now!)
1. Please apply this utility by clicking at the place you want to insert checkbox form field, then click Kutools > Check Box > Check Box (Check Box Form Field). See screenshot:
2. After clicking Check Box, you will see the result as shown in the below screenshots:
Then repeat above steps to insert checkbox form field to the texts