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On 10 Feb 2006, at 01:35, Oliver Moran wrote:

> I would always have associated a check box with a positive  
> statement, since a check is equivalent to a "tick" or a "correct"  
> i.e. a positive statement, the opposite to an 'X'.

Bear in mind this isn't universal though, e.g. in some countries  
(Scandanavian?  I forget off-hand), a tick/checkmark is used to mark  
a /wrong/ answer.

Cheeri,
Calum.

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