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Filtering data and selecting from a list

Filtering data and selecting from a list

Filtering data and selecting from a list

I have a number of products which I would like to select from within Excel the product have features and I would like to be able to use a list box to allow me to select the product I require

For example

Product    feature1   feature2   feature3   feature4
XY1           y          n          y          y
XY2           n          y          n          y
XY3           y          y          y          n
XY4           n          n          n          n

lets say I would like to select a component with feature4 I would like to have a selection list box with the options XY1 and XY2 only returned, any help would be greatly appreciated.


RE: Filtering data and selecting from a list

Data > Filters...  (or whatever the name next to Tools in the english version)

It should allow you to make it

Cyril Guichard
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