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On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click the Drop-Down List control . Select the content control, and then on the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click Properties. To create a list of choices, under Drop-Down List Properties, click Add. Type a choice in the Display Name box, such as Yes, No, or Maybe.
On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click the Drop-Down List control . Select the content control, and then on the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click Properties. To create a list of choices, under Drop-Down List Properties, click Add. Type a choice in the Display Name box, such as Yes, No, or Maybe.
Create the list in cells A1:A4. ... Select cell E3. ... Choose Validation from the Data menu. Choose List from the Allow option's drop-down list. ... Click the Source control and drag to highlight the cells A1:A4. ... Make sure the In-Cell Dropdown option is checked. ... Click OK.
Click the "Developer" tab. Select the "Drop Down List Content Control" icon in the "Controls" group of the ribbon. Click the "Properties" icon. In the Drop Down List Properties area, click the "Add" button.
Select the cell with the drop-down list. If you have multiple cells with drop-down lists that you want to delete, you can use Ctrl+Left click to select them. Click Data >Data Validation. On the Settings tab, click Clear All. Click OK.
Click the "Developer" tab. Select the "Drop Down List Content Control" icon in the "Controls" group of the ribbon. Click the "Properties" icon. In the Drop Down List Properties area, click the "Add" button.
On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click the Drop-Down List control . Select the content control, and then on the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click Properties. To create a list of choices, under Drop-Down List Properties, click Add. Type a choice in the Display Name box, such as Yes, No, or Maybe.
Click the "Developer" tab. Select the "Drop Down List Content Control" icon in the "Controls" group of the ribbon. Click the "Properties" icon. In the Drop Down List Properties area, click the "Add" button.
Step 1: First open your word document and go to "File" and then click on "Options". Step 2: Switch to the "customized Ribbon". ... Step 3: Then go to the right side of the window and then click on "New Group" and then "Add".
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