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i have preset option to put on a cell .. and i need to put more options to
choose from .... its tell inme that is invalid .. how can i bypass that or
edit the options on that cell???

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DataValidation is where you find restrictions on cell entries.

Change the options and/or change the Error Alert to "Warning" and add a
message which allows any entry if user clicks OK to "continue".


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

On Tue, 27 Apr 2010 16:41:01 -0700, rayado
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i have preset option to put on a cell .. and i need to put more options to
choose from .... its tell inme that is invalid .. how can i bypass that or
edit the options on that cell???




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