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Excel | Data validation exercise | Data Validation - pesko pay
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
Hours must be between 0 and 26.
Set data validation on cells D4:D15 to restrict users to only typing in a whole number between 0 and 26
Try to type in the following values into column D and check that the data validation rules work and only the last item is allowed:
In column F we want to choose the department name from a list to avoid typing errors:
We need to set up a validation list.
Set a data validation list for cells F4:F15, using the range name that is already set up on the DV Range tab called Department Names.
When you click in a cell in column F, you should now be able to choose a department name from the drop-down list:
A drop-down list should appear.
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.