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Thread: Sub-menus principle with combo/drop boxes?

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    Is it possible for combo/drop boxes with in a sheet to go into a sub-combo/drop box in the same way a menu does.
    i.e.
    combo/drop box list of countries
    select England
    Sub-combo/drop box appears with cities in.

    I would love to find out if this is possible and if it is how to do it?

    Many thanks in advance for your knowledge )

    Dan

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    Yes, it is entirely possible.

    pivot table would be one way, I don't use them very much so I can't offer much advice.

    I do however have an alternative solution using a lot of INDIRECT() functions, I have an example workbook I created for someone else a while a go, I'll send it to you if your interested?


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    If you go to OzGrid.com and checkout the examples/downloads, there is one called ChangingCombos2.zip that is what you are looking for.

    Here's the direct link to the file:

    http://ozgrid.com/download/ChangingCombo2.zip

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