In this article, you will learn how to create multiple drop down list without repetition using named ranges in Excel.
Question): I need help in preparing resource planning tool. I want to make a macro that would remove item from a pool of available assets after I choose it from a drop down menu for Job A; so that Job B does not able to select the same item that is selected to Job A i.e. item should not be repeated once it is assigned.
Following is a snapshot of what this article is all about:
In above snapshot;
We have used following Named Ranges;
Now, you can test the above steps are working or not by assigning one item to Job A & see if the same is getting repeated in drop down list. If already assigned item is not repeated then we have successfully created multiple drop down list without any repetition.
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