How to Insert a Check Box Field in a Form in MS Word XP

September 6, 2007 by
Filed under: How To, Word 
  1. From the View menu, select Toolbars, and then click Forms.
  2. Place the cursor where the check box should appear.
  3. Click the Check Box Form Field button in the Forms toolbar.
  4. To set the properties of the control, right-click the control, and then choose Properties in the shortcut menu.
  5. Set the size and default value of the control, and then click OK.

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2 Comments on How to Insert a Check Box Field in a Form in MS Word XP

  1. kamal on Tue, 14th Apr 2009 2:58 am
  2. thank you so much for your help, i have one question, i jusr want to know is there any way how to make the date up dated automatica in word 2003 or no ?
    means to say i want to write something but i want to have date on it, and for the next day i’ll write something else but i want the date will be updated

  3. Jules on Tue, 14th Apr 2009 10:38 am
  4. @kamal – You can insert a “date” field in Word 2003, which will represent the current date. If you open the document on another day and update the fields (F9), the date would be updated. Is that what you are looking for?

    Jules

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