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Default Combo Box / Hard Coded List

I have placed a Combo Box onto my spreadsheet.

How do I create a hard-coded list of all the markets (one of the fields /
columns in my underlying Pivot Table Data).

All I have on the screen in front of me at the moment is:-

- my underlying Pivot Table data

- the Pivot Table

- a large downwards facing arrow (presumably the Combo Box).

Thanks in advance for any help.



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OK, got it sussed.

"trip_to_tokyo" wrote:

I have placed a Combo Box onto my spreadsheet.

How do I create a hard-coded list of all the markets (one of the fields /
columns in my underlying Pivot Table Data).

All I have on the screen in front of me at the moment is:-

- my underlying Pivot Table data

- the Pivot Table

- a large downwards facing arrow (presumably the Combo Box).

Thanks in advance for any help.




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