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Filling a list box using a range

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Folks,
In the attached workbook in the Menu tab I have a lit box under Category. Filling this list box uses a Range from the Topics worksheet (AZ). The list box also populates the text box next to it. My problem is that I can only list 10 categories although I have more. I have not figured out what is wrong on why I cannot add more that 10 categories?
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I see 14 (Column, Cylinder, Cone, Pyramid, Line, Pie, Bar, Area, Scatter, Stock, Surface, Doughnut, Bubble, Radar)
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Do they appear in the list box?
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thank you - I see them now also.
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Yes.
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