Topics Search

Show Symbols in Drop Down Lists

Show Symbols in Drop Down Lists
Views: 15
Drop down lists take a range of cells as input and show it as a list. There is not much you can do with how your list looks in the drop down. For example, you can not give a background color or change font color, font type, font size, etc.
Sponsored Links:

Similar posts...

 

Show Symbols in Drop Down Lists

Show Symbols in Drop Down Lists Icon
Drop down lists take a range of cells as input and show it as a list. There is not much you can do with how your list looks in the drop down. For example, you can not give a background color or change font color, font type, font size, etc. Despite these limitations, there are a couple of things you can do in a drop down list.
 

Dependent Drop-down Lists

Dependent Drop-down Lists Icon
This example describes how to create dependent drop-down lists in Excel. Here's what we are trying to achieve: The user selects Pizza from a drop-down list. As a result, a second drop-down list contains the Pizza items. We'll create these dependent drop down lists without using any programming code...
 

Entering International Currency Symbols

Entering International Currency Symbols Icon
While it’s true that you can insert currency symbols from the Symbol dialog box into your cell’s text, it’s faster and easier to produce those symbols by using the keyboard as you are typing your text. Here are four examples to show how you can use the keyboard to enter currency symbols in your non-numeric text entries. Each sentence is a little different but you’ll quickly get the idea.
 

Drop Down List for Hours and Minutes

Drop Down List for Hours and Minutes Icon
how to create drop down lists for hours and minutes, and also control the total time that was entered. Production time and Defect time would be entered, and Defect total time could not be greater than the Production total time. A cell can't combine drop down lists with custom data validation rules, but maybe I could create lists with only the valid numbers...
 

How To Quickly Create a Dynamic Drop Down List

How To Quickly Create a Dynamic Drop Down List Icon
By creating a dynamic drop down list in excel, you can save your ton of time & hard work. As we know drop-down lists are super useful, and if you create a dynamic drop down list, it will work like a magic. With dynamic drop down list, when you enter new data in your list, your drop down will update automatically.
 

Enter Special Symbols

Enter Special Symbols Icon
I work in the music business, and I routinely have to enter copyright symbols. How can I do so easily? You can enter (c) followed by a space as a shortcut for the © symbol. You can use (r) for the registered trademark symbol, ®. For other special symbols, you can use Insert, Symbol to display the Symbol dialog.
 

Create a drop down list in Excel 2007

Create a drop down list in Excel 2007 Icon
Drop down lists in Excel enable you to restrict the user to insert only specific data inside cells by using a user friendly interface.
This tutorial shows you how to create such a drop down list inside a cell, from a given list written on the worksheet.
 

Data Validation from Custom List

Data Validation from Custom List Icon
Data Validation does not directly access Custom Lists, but with VBA you can establish Data Validation in a cell, with the list of drop-down items being that of one of your Custom Lists. Custom Lists are identifiable by their index number. In my collection of Custom Lists on my computer, the fifth one contains the names of my immediate family members. This macro example places Data Validation in cell C5, with the list of allowable items being the items in my Custom List #5.
 

Entering Fractions In Your Text

Entering Fractions In Your Text Icon
While it’s true that you can insert fraction symbols from the Symbol dialog box into your cell’s text, it’s faster and easier to produce those symbols by using the keyboard as you are typing your text. Here are three examples that show how you can use the keyboard to enter the common fractions for one-fourth, one-half, and three-fourths in your non-numeric text entries.
 

How to present data in Pivot Tables

How to present data in Pivot Tables Icon
A Pivot Table is way to present information in a report format. The idea is that you can click drop down lists and change the data that is being displayed. For example, choose just one student from a drop down list and view only his or her scores. Pivot tables are a lot easier to grasp when you see them in action.