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    I'd like two list boxes on my spreadsheet (a fill-in form for salespeople) one lists the division, then depending on the division the second list box lists the sales people in the division. I'm sure there is a way to program the list box to be conditional, but I'm not sure how.

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    On 2002-02-19 10:32, deedub84 wrote:
    I'd like two list boxes on my spreadsheet (a fill-in form for salespeople) one lists the division, then depending on the division the second list box lists the sales people in the division. I'm sure there is a way to program the list box to be conditional, but I'm not sure how.
    You can this through naming ranges and using data validation. Lets assume you pick the terriroy in A1. If you have NORTHWEST as a territory, list all the salesman who cover this. Name this list northwest via the name box. Complete for other territories as well.

    Using validation under the data menu for your saleperson, allow for list. Under source, enter =indirect(a1).

    good luck

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