## INDEX Formula Excel – How to use Excel INDEX Function

Posted on 26 August 2009

A drop down list in Excel allows users to pick a value from a restricted set. By providing user a choice and yet preventing impermissible values, drop down lists help make your spreadsheets interactive and foolproof. While there are more than 1 way to make them, the most commonly used method is using data validation. You can create both static and dynamic drop down lists in Excel - the later re-sizing themselves as newer values ...

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