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Can I insert Drop Down list made up of items from another sheet?

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Can I provide a drop down list in a cell and have that list consist of items from an ever-changing list on another sheet??   On the attached sample ~  Can I have them click on a cell in column J "Eng Units" and get a drop down list made up of all items on the sheet "LIST"  ??   Even though the "LIST" may be changing/expanding all the time???   Thanks FORMandLISTpractice.xls
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You should use a Named Range as the source for your Data Validation list.
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Please take a look at the attached example using your file.

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FORMandLISTpractice.xls
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Perfect!   Thanks a bunch!!!!
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