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I would like to get the symbols shown in the text below in latex

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This is what I was able to achieve

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From the following code

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{amsfonts}
\usepackage{amssymb}

\begin{document}

Please tick (\checkmark) the appropriate answer within the 5 Likert scale ( ? strongly disagree; ? disagree; $\blacktriangleleft$ Undecided; $\blacktriangleright$ agree and $\blacktriangle$ strongly agree) 

\end{document}

I am unable to find symbols for a single and double window.

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    Presumably they are Microsoft Windows related symbols, which are of course included in MS Word. For something similar, see the documentation of the pifont package here, in particular table 2 on page 7, you may find pictograms close enough 111 - 114 for instance. – BMWurm Dec 7 '15 at 14:28
  • @BMWurm I suggest you make that answer – Andrew Swann Nov 1 '16 at 16:59
  • @AndrewSwann I thought about making it an answer back then, but technically it isn't one, because it does in fact not provide what was asked for. I had actually assumed, somebody would provide a way to include the MS Windows font in question. But this version might still be helpful and the comment might get deleted, so I'll get to it... – BMWurm Nov 3 '16 at 10:40
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As suggested by Andrew Swann, I turned my comment into an answer.

The symbols you are looking for are - presumably - Microsoft Windows related symbols, which are of course easily used in MS Word.

If you can figure out which font provides them and you're using (Xe/Lua)LaTeX anyway, the Fontspec package should do the trick in getting the actual symbols into your text.

For something similar with pdfLaTeX, see the documentation of the pifont package, in particular table 2 on page 7, where you may find pictograms close enough [111 - 114 for instance].

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