Using Multiple Names in a single Validation List

neilberl

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I have two Names defined - one on Worksheet "Sheet1" with Name = Items

The second is on Worksheet "Sheet2" with Name = Second_Items

On worksheet 3, I would like to give the user a dropdown with a concatenated list of Items & Second_Items to select from. Is there any way to do this?

The formula for both Names are as the following:
='Sheet1'!$L$8:INDEX('Sheet1'!$L$8:$L$9999,MATCH(REPT("z",255),'Sheet1'!$L$8:$L$9999))
 

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