How to hide the True/False words within cell when linked to checkbox in Excel?
After linking checkboxes to cells, you can see the words TRUE or FALSE displaying in the linked cells while checking or unchecking the check boxes as below screenshot shown. If you want to hide these displayed words, please try the method in this article.
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Please do as follows to hide the True/False words within cells when linked to checkboxes.
1. Select the cells with the words of True/False you need to hide, then press Ctrl + 1 keys simultaneously to open the Format Cells dialog box.
2. In the Format Cells dialog box, select Custom in the Category box under the Number tab, then enter three semicolon ;;; into the Type box, and finally click the OK button. See screenshot:
Then you can see the True/False words in selected cells are hidden immediately.
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