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  1. Default Creating a check mark box in photoshop elements

    I am trying to create a check mark box in a photoshop elements document. I know there is an easy shortcut tool using the "alt", another key and a number, but I cannot recall it. Can anyone help me out. thank you!!
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    Alt + 9744
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    For me holding down the Alt + 251 produced a check like this: √
    Alt + 9744 produced this: ►
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    You are right, Dorrie. How odd. I tried it out in my browser's address bar and it did show a check box. Here in my forum post just now it showed the arrow. I am stumped,
    Rikki

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    I think it depends on what font you are using.
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    There's also the whole "Unicode" thing that can mess that stuff up. Your browser may be displaying unicode and PSE is not or vice-versa.
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    I tried it, too, and got a blank square box. I use those Alt+number keys a lot to produce German letters: , and .
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    Barbara, yes, for foreign letters those codes are really helpful.
    Rikki

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