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Make a Drop Down Menu or List in Excel

Learn how to create a drop down menu or list in Excel using the data validation feature. This is the introductory tutorial for creating drop down menus and lists.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 5:51
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Microsoft Office Program: Microsoft Office Excel
   
Keywords: training excel data validation drop down menu list
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Quick Version of the Tutorial - Learn how to create a drop down menu or list in Excel using the data validation feature. This is the introductory tutorial for creating drop down menus and lists.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 3:02
Microsoft Office Program: Microsoft Office Excel
   
Keywords: training excel data validation drop down menu list quick version
Learn how to create a drop down menu or list in Excel where the source data for the list is on another worksheet or on a hidden worksheet. This method allows you to create cleaner looking spreadsheets and to hide the source data in order to improve the end-user experience.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 5:58
Microsoft Office Program: Microsoft Office Excel
   
Keywords: training excel data validation drop down menu list separate hidden worksheet tab
Learn how to automatically update a drop down list or menu in Excel. This tutorial shows you how to create a drop down list or menu that automatically updates whenever and item is added to or removed from the list or menu. Also covered is how to achieve this result with source data on a different worksheet than the list or menu. This is achieved using the offset and counta functions.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 10:41
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Keywords: training excel data validation drop down menu list automatically dynamically easily quickly update
Learn how to prevent users from entering a value into a cell if that value is not contained within a predefined list and how to customize error messages for that cell.
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Keywords: training excel data validation list allow specific values only prevent
Learn how to create a custom input error message dialog box for cells in Excel. This feature works when you prevent the entry of certain values into a cell.
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Learn how to create a helpful input message box that appears next to a specific cell when that cell has been selected. This feature is great for providing reminders or tips for what to enter into specific cells in Excel.
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Keywords: training excel data validation helpful input message box window
Create dependent drop down menus or lists in Excel. This tutorial shows you how to link multiple drop down menus so that different items will appear in the menus based on what was selected in a previous menu or list; this functionality is achieved using data validation and the indirect function.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 7:02
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Keywords: training excel data validation drop down menu list link dependent dependant
Create dependent drop down menus or lists in Excel using complex two word or multi-word list items. This tutorial shows you how to link multiple drop down menus so that different items will appear in the menus based on what was selected in a previous menu or list; this functionality is achieved using data validation and the indirect and substitute function.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 7:04
Microsoft Office Program: Microsoft Office Excel
   
Keywords: training excel data validation link dependent dependant drop down menu list complex spaces multi-word two word
This tutorial covers how to limit the range and scope of numbers that a user can enter into cells in Excel. This functionality is achieved using data validation.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 3:36
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Keywords: training excel data validation limit numbers numeric amount cells
Limit the total numeric amount or value that a user can enter into a range of cells in Excel. This tutorial uses a travel budget as an example and the functionality comes from data validation.
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Keywords: training excel data validation limit amount entered range cells travel budget
 
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