Named Range / List box

Hi,

I have a spreadsheet where I select a switch in cell M5, I choose one of 5 regions.

For those regions I have a list of reports and distribution lists. I have these set up in the named ranges e.g SectorASP

What I would like is that when the I select Asia in M5, using vba perhaps, the name range SectorASP is copied over K5:L5 and down

So when a user selects a region, the corresponding distribution list (as defined by the named ranges) is copied into K5:L5

Many thanks!
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Seamus2626Asked:
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SteveCost AccountantCommented:
You could use INDEX and named ranges that match the list.
See attached foir example.
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Rory ArchibaldCommented:
Worksheet code:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
    Dim sRange                As String
    On Error GoTo reset
    If Not Intersect(Target, Range("M5")) Is Nothing Then
        Application.EnableEvents = False
        Range("K5:L" & Rows.Count).Clear
        Select Case UCase$(Range("M5").Value)
            Case "ASIA"
                sRange = "ASP"
            Case "EUROPE"
                sRange = "EU"
            Case "LATIN AMERICA"
                sRange = "LA"
            Case "MIDDLE EAST"
                sRange = "ME"
            Case "NORTH AMERICA"
                sRange = "NA"
            Case Else
                sRange = vbNullString
        End Select
        If sRange <> vbNullString Then Range("SECTOR" & sRange).Copy Range("K5")
    End If

reset:
    Application.EnableEvents = True
End Sub

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as in the attached file.
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FloraCommented:
here you go
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Seamus2626Author Commented:
Steve, the index didn't work for me......
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