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Not even close.  Decimal 61,692 or hex F0FC would be in the Unicode Private Use Area--meaning it 
would depend on the font you were attempting to use.

In LibreOffice, with a specific font selected active you would enter U+F0FC on the document canvas, 
and then use <Alt>+X to convert from Unicode to the glyph at the codepoint.  If not defined in the 
font, you'd get a generic undefined glyph.

Instead, try a known Unicode point for a check mark, and a known font (e.g. OpenSymbol).

Type U+2611 and then <Alt>+X to toggle.  If you don't like the box, try U+2713 and toggle.

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