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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.
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Open a spreadsheet in Google Sheets. Select the cell or cells where you want to create a drop-down list. Click Data Data validation. Next to "Criteria," choose an option: ... The cells will have a Down arrow . ... If you enter data in a cell that doesn't match an item on the list, you'll see a warning.
Select the "Items from a list" option from the "Criteria" drop down options. Select the "Create list from range" option, then click the table icon to the right. Click and drag across the cells that you wan to include in your drop down list. Then click the "Ok" button in the "What data?" pop up window.
On your computer, open a spreadsheet in Google Sheets. Select the cells you want to format. Click Format Conditional formatting. Under the "Format cells if" drop-down menu, click Custom formula is. ... Click Value or formula and add the formula and rules. Click Done.
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