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4:00 12:48 Suggested clip How to Create Drop Down Lists in Cells — The Complete Excel Guide YouTubeStart of suggested client of suggested clip How to Create Drop Down Lists in Cells — The Complete Excel Guide
Select the cell to which the validation rule applies and press Ctrl + C to copy it. Select other cells you want to validate. Right-click the selection, click Paste Special, and select Validation from the context menu. 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.
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