Apart from creating a simple Drop Down Menu/List or Data Validation List, you can expand this concept to include it in your Excel Table or Database.

Watch how to insert a Data Validation List

That way you don’t have to do repetitive tasks like entering the same customer over and over again or copying and pasting time and time again.

See how easy it is to implement this in under 1 minute!

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Data Validation List in Tables

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