Follow the steps in the video above, or: From the DATA tab, select Data Validation. Click Data Validation in the drop-down list. In the dialog box, select List from the Allow drop-down menu. In the source field, type the choices you'd like your drop down menu to include, separated by commas. ... Click OK.
Select File→ Options→ Advanced ( Alt+ FTA) and then scroll down and click the Edit Custom Lists button located in the General section. The Custom Lists dialog box opens with its Custom Lists tab, where you now should check the accuracy of the cell range listed in the Import List from Cells text box.
Create the Drop Down List Select the cells where you want the drop down lists. Choose Data> Validation. In the Allow box, choose List. In the Source box, type the list name, preceded by an equal sign, e.g.: = MyList. Click OK.
To add this drop-down list to a sheet, do the following: Create the list in cells A1: A4. ... Select cell E3. ... Choose Validation from the Data menu. Choose List from the Allow option's drop-down list. ... Click the Source control and drag to highlight the cells A1: A4. ... Make sure the In- Cell Dropdown option is checked. ... Click OK.
Create a Drop- Down List for a Cell or Range Choose Data Validation from the Data Tools group on the Data tab. Select the Settings tab. In the Allow box, select List. Click the Source box. Type in a list of values separated by a comma. Make sure the In-cell dropdown box is checked. Click OK.
3. Create the Drop Down List 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.