drop down list of available tables in a database

bobmc

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Is there a way to define the source of a dropdown list to show available tables in a database?

Any help is appreciated!

bobmc
 

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vconfused

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You could probably have a macro run to get that information. What kind of a database are we talking about? Is the database in a fixed location? Is the workbook to be used on different computers, and if it is, do they all have access to the database using the same path?
 

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