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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 clipEnd of suggested clip How to Create Drop Down Lists in Cells - The Complete Excel Guide
Select the entire column you want to validate. Click on "Data Validation" from the Data tab. Choose "List" from the "Allow" box. Click on the arrow to the right of the "Source" box and select the cells containing the allowed values.
For this, click the Data Validation button on the Data tab, in the Data Tools group or press the key sequence Alt > D > L (each key is to be pressed separately). On the Settings tab of the Data Validation dialog window, select Custom in the Allow box, and enter your data validation formula in the Formula box. Click OK.
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 column in your data entry table that you wish to add data validation to. Go to Data/Data Validation or Alt + D + L to open the Data Validation window. Select List from the Allow dropdown menu. In the Source box, hit the F3 key and select your defined name from the Paste Name box.
Select the cells in which you want the drop down list. On the Ribbon's Data tab, click Data Validation. From the Allow drop-down list, choose List. Click in the Source box, and type an equal sign, and the list name, for example: Click OK to close the Data Validation dialog 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.
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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