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Select the cells that you want to contain the lists. On the ribbon, click DATA > Data Validation. In the dialog, set Allow to List. Click in Source, type the text or numbers (separated by commas, for a comma-delimited list) that you want in your drop-down list, and click OK.
Create a column or a row of the items in the active spreadsheet for the drop-down list. Select the cell that needs a drop-down list for data validation (cell B2, in this example). On the Data tab, in the Data Tools group, click Data Validation: In the Data Validation dialog box, on the Settings tab: Click OK. Notes:
Select the cells that you want to contain the lists. On the ribbon, click DATA > Data Validation. In the dialog, set Allow to List. Click in Source, type the text or numbers (separated by commas, for a comma-delimited list) that you want in your drop-down list, and click OK.
We will be using Conditional Formatting and Data Validation options. Click Data > Data Validation option in Excel 2016. Data Validation dialog box appears as shown above. Select the option List in Allow and select the source list in Source option and click OK. Now click Home > Conditional formatting.
On the worksheet where you applied the drop-down list, select a cell that has the drop-down list. Go to Data > Data Validation. On the Settings tab, click in the Source box, and then change your list items as needed.
To create the Data Validation dropdown list, select Data (tab) -> Data Tools (group) -> Data Validation. On the Settings tab in the Data Validation dialog box, select List from the Allow dropdown. In the Source field, enter select the first cell in the data preparation table on the MasterData sheet.
Select the cell or range of cells where you want the drop-down list to appear (C2 in this example). Go to Data > Data Tools > Data Validation. In the Data Validation dialogue box, within the settings tab, select 'List' as Validation Criteria.
To select more than one item, hold down the Ctrl key and click each item you want. Each item stays highlighted. To select a bunch of adjacent items from a list box, click the first item you want. Then hold down Shift and click the last item you want.
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