Data Validation, source data on different sheet?

bsnapool

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Hi All

Just a quick one... Just wondering whether it is possible to have data validation 1 sheet and the source data on another?

If so, how??

Thanks

Andrew
 

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I've tried this, but now the cell in which the validation is allows someone to overwrite in that cell without giving an error.

I've password protected my worksheet it still allows/accepts typed in data.

I only want to allow the lists. Is there a way to block this?
 
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