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Select a value from the drop down list, the type this formula =VLOOKUP(E2,$A$2:$B$6,2,FALSE) into a cell adjacent the drop down list. See screenshot: 2. Then click Enter key and the relative price is shown.
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1. Select a blank cell that you want to auto populate the corresponding value. 2. Copy and paste the formula =VLOOKUP(B16,B8:C14,2,FALSE) into the Formula Bar, then press the Enter key.
In the same or in another spreadsheet, select a cell or several cells in which you want your primary drop-down list to appear. Go to the Data tab, click Data Validation and set up a drop-down list based on a named range in the usual way by selecting List under Allow and entering the range name in the Source box.
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.
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.
In the same or in another spreadsheet, select a cell or several cells in which you want your primary drop-down list to appear. Go to the Data tab, click Data Validation and set up a drop-down list based on a named range in the usual way by selecting List under Allow and entering the range name in the Source box.
Go to Data > Data Tools > Data Validation. In the Data Validation dialogue box, within the settings tab, select 'List' as Validation Criteria. In Source field, select the cells which have the items that you want in the drop down. Click OK.
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