I had a requirement that the checkboxes have a background color. I liked the simplicity of a text-based rather than image-based approach, so I used a variation of the popular Wingdings-font method: I used a small, square textbox with a thin border and the specified background color, set it to use a bold, sans-serif font, and used this expression for the text value:
=IIf(Fields!SomeBool.Value, "X", "")
If you still want a checkmark rather than an X, you can use Wingdings 2 font and this expression:
=IIf(Fields!SomeBool.Value, Chr(80), "")
In either case, you may have to adjust the font size and/or box size to keep the result square; my first take was taller than wide because it expanded vertically to accommodate the font.
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