1. Changing size

How do I make the boxes bigger?:

$\boxed{}\boxed{}\boxed{}$

2. Workaround

I found a workaround but I still would welcome hearing from others on my posted problem. Thanks

3. Originally Posted by wonderboy1953
How do I make the boxes bigger?:

$\boxed{}\boxed{}\boxed{}$
The \boxed command is designed to make the box fit snugly around its contents. If you want to make a bigger box then you need to give it some contents (which you can make invisible in various ways). For example, \boxed{\phantom{\vrule height15pt depth5pt width20pt}} will give you a square box with sides 20 points (of which 15pt are above the baseline and 5pt below): $\boxed{\phantom{\vrule height15pt depth5pt width20pt}}$.

4. Back to the drawing board

Originally Posted by Opalg
The \boxed command is designed to make the box fit snugly around its contents. If you want to make a bigger box then you need to give it some contents (which you can make invisible in various ways). For example, \boxed{\phantom{\vrule height15pt depth5pt width20pt}} will give you a square box with sides 20 points (of which 15pt are above the baseline and 5pt below): $\boxed{\phantom{\vrule height15pt depth5pt width20pt}}$.
Tried what you suggested. Keep getting the same long rectangle regardless of the numbers I plug in.

5. Another try

Did a copy and paste. Getting the box, but it's telling me what font it is (Courier New).