How to Make Tally Marks in Microsoft Word?

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You can make tally marks in Microsoft Word. Just open up your document in Microsoft Word and choose Times New Roman for your font. Type the pipe key, just under the backspace key. Make a five tally mark by typing the pipe key four times. Highlight the four marks and click format, font and add a check mark. Then press okay.
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