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To add a custom field into the body of your email, click + Text Field, add in the field name, and press OK to insert. To add a drop down menu, click the +Dropdown button, fill in the field and menu options, and press OK.
Create the element. Give the select element an ID. Add an option element to the select element. Give each option a value. Indicate the text the user will see between the tags. Add as many options as you want.
Choose dropdown as question type on Microsoft Forms. List all answers you would like to add as dropdown on an excel sheet. On excel sheet, select all and copy (CTRL+C) Paste (CTRL+V) them to first answer option space on Microsoft Forms.
Select the cell where you want the first (main) drop down list. Go to Data > Data Validation. In the data validation dialog box, within the settings tab, select List. In Source field, specify the range that contains the items that are to be shown in the first drop down list. Click OK.
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.
In Form Layout view, select the Design tab, then locate the Controls group. Select the Combo Box command, which looks like a drop-down list. Select the desired location for the combo box. The Combo Box Wizard dialog box will appear. Type the choices you want to appear in your drop-down list.
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