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Excel 2010 DROP DOWN LIST (filtered, sorted)

Hi experts,

I need help to find solution for the folowing problem:

I have created Excel workbook with 3 (three) worksheets:

1. Sheet1 (registration for particular sport Event)
    <Column A> |  <Column B>    |<Event1>| <Event2>
   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    FirstName1 |  SecondName1  |         -     |  Event2
    FirstName2 |  SecondName2  |  Event1  |       -      
    ...                    |  ...                     |  ...          |   ...
    FirstNameN |  SecondNameN |  Event1  |  Event2  

2. Sheet2 (name = "Event1")
              <Column A>                          |  <Result>
   ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   FirstName2 & " " & SecondName2  |
   FirstNameN & " " & SecondNameN |

3. Sheet3 (name = "Event2")
        <Column A>                                | <Result>
   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   FirstName1 & " " & SecondName1  |
   FirstNameN & " " & SecondNameN |

WHAT I NEED is drop down list in <Column A> of Sheet2 and Sheet3 with folowing conditions:
a) Drop down list must be filled with values from two columns of Sheet1: <Column A> & " " & <Column B>;
b) Drop down list values must be filtered so only those names registered (see Sheet1 ) for particular Event appears;
c) Drop down list Values must be in alphabetical order

Please give ideas, solutions how to solve it in Excel 2010.
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Krukanens
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krishnakrkcCommented:
Hi

PFA. I made this in 2007. I hope this would work in 2010 also.


Kris
DropDowns.xlsx
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KrukanensAuthor Commented:
Thank You 'krishnakrkc', You really helped me. I think I will add some vb code to automatically refresh pivottables and it would be great.
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