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Right-aligned Dropdown. Use the w3-right class to float the dropdown to the right, and use CSS to position the dropdown content (right:0 will make the dropdown menu go from right to left). Note: Remember to clear floats if you use w3-right or w3-left. Remove the div class="w3-clear" to understand why.
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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 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.
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.
Create a drop down list. Then in the Data Validation dialog, under Settings tab, select List from Allow list, and then select the value you want to show in the drop down list to Source textbox.
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.
Select a cell where you want to create the drop down list (cell C2 in this example). Go to Data > Data Tools > Data Validation. In the Data Validation dialogue box, within the Settings tab, select List as the Validation criteria.
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