Cell Choices

NextYearSox

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Is there an easy way to restrict values that can be entered in a cell? For example, If I have the heading of Column A as 'Cities', and cell A2 might be Chicago, Los Angeles, or New York - but nothing else.
 

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swst

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Hi.
Use "Data" "Validation" and choose list
Then type the cities with a comma between
 

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