Data Validation List help

wrightyrx7

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Hi all,

I have a table with to Data Validation drop down lists.

Business Area
Financial Year
Budget Name

I need to create some sort of cascading drop down list from this table (data is added to this table all the time)

Business AreaFinancial YearBudget Name
118/19General
118/19Extended
119/20General
119/20Extended
218/19General
219/20General
318/19General
320/21General
321/22General

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So if someone selected Business area "1", the next list would only contain "18/19 & 19/20", then if they select 18/19 the next list would only contain "General & Extended".

I can use VBA or if there is a way with by Defining some named ranges i could do that to. I just need a bit of guidance.
 
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