Dropdown arrow doesn't show on one worksheet

This is a hard problem to describe!  I have a spreadsheet with a few worksheets that all have various data validation dropdown lists.  Just one of the worksheets (Street Lights) doesn't display the little dropdown arrow unless you click just to the right of the cell.  This happens for ALL the columns in that one worksheet that have data validation applied, eg Road Lookup.  If I copy this worksheet to a new spreadsheet, the dropdown arrow IS displayed.  I was just going to send the one worksheet but the problem only occurs when it's included in ALL the worksheets.  Here's hoping one of you EXPERTS can solve this one.  I've spent hours on it!
CON-RAMM---Copy.xlsx
kerikeriAsked:
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
You had two named ranges for RoadNames. Delete one keeping only this one.
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kerikeriAuthor Commented:
I've deleted that extra named range, but the problem still occurs.  The dropdown arrow only appears when you click to the right of the cell for the worksheet Street Lights.
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kerikeriAuthor Commented:
I had closed the spreadsheet  after making that change and found that the problem still existed.  However, I've just closed it and gone in again and it's right.  So thank you, maybe working via a terminal server requires a bit of time.  Who knows, but I'm delighted.  Thank you.
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kerikeriAuthor Commented:
Thanks again for your quick and correct response.
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
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