Excel - Create dynamic drop down lists Tutorial

In this video, you will learn how to create dynamic drop-down lists using Microsoft 365. The video covers the process of extracting a list of sellers from an order board and creating a dropdown list that includes each seller only once.
It demonstrates the use of Excel functions such as UNIQUE and SORT to organize the list alphabetically.
The video also explains how to set up the dropdown list using the built-in validation feature in Excel.
By using dynamic matrix functions, the dropdown list can accommodate new sellers added to the order sheet.
This tutorial will help you create efficient and flexible drop-down lists for your data management needs.

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In this tutorial we will see how
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to create dynamic dropdown lists.
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I want to create a dropdown list
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that will offer me a list of sellers
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in order to extract the number of
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associated orders we have available
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here in column C, a table of orders
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which list our customers
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associated with our sellers.
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Then the same seller can appear several
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times in the column since several
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orders are associated with them.
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To be able to create the dynamically
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sized dropdown list that will
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only include each seller once,
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I will use the power of Excel
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by the =UNIQUE function.
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The first step will be to extract the
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list of all sellers regardless of how
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many times they appear on my order board.
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To do this I have created a
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sheet that I called list.
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The order in which all employees
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appear on the list is defined
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by the order in which all
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employees appear in column C.
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To improve the ergonomics
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and presentation of it
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I will integrate another matrix function.
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called =SORT, allowing me to
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order each seller of this result
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table in alphabetical order.
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Now let's move on to creating the
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dropdown list through the builtin
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validation feature within Excel.
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The problem with this validation
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option will be to define a list
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that will be based on a source.
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And this source will be
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extracted from the seller sheet.
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The problem also will be the length of
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the drop down list that will potentially
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be able to accommodate new sellers
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overtime so I could select the area.
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But at that time my drop down list
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would be limited to the sale and to 9
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maximum and any seller added in the
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order sheet that would take his place
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would not be integrated.
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We can however and thanks to
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dynamic matrix functions,
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refer to matrix results,
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which will be the case here.
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And it will be enough to specify
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the starting cell by clicking on
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it and adding the pound sign.
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When I validate with OK,
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we will have a dropdown list offering
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alphabetically the list of wholesalers
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available to be selected from this list,
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for which I could set up as
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it is the case here,
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a fairly simple continuing function.
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To a BC function allowing to count how
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many times the same name of employees
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presented in cell three of this
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table will be presented in the column used.
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If I add any additional data to my table.
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Let's say a fake order customer
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adds with seller Laurent Balardy.
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We can see on the seller sheet
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that Laurent Balardy has taken its place,
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so it is now available in the generated
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dropdown list here at the very top
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with a comment associated with it.

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Neste tutorial vamos ver como
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para criar listas suspensas dinâmicas.
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Quero criar uma lista suspensa
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que me oferecerá uma lista de vendedores
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a fim de extrair o número de seringas
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Encomendas associadas que temos disponíveis
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aqui na coluna C, uma tabela de ordens
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que listam os nossos clientes
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associados aos nossos vendedores.
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Em seguida, o mesmo vendedor pode aparecer vários
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vezes na coluna desde vários
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as encomendas estão associadas a eles.
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Para ser capaz de criar o dinamicamente
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lista suspensa dimensionada que irá
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incluir apenas uma vez cada vendedor,
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Vou usar o poder do Excel
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pela função =UNIQUE.
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O primeiro passo será extrair a seringa
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Lista de todos os vendedores, independentemente de como
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muitas vezes eles aparecem no meu quadro de pedidos.
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Para fazer isso, criei um
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folha que eu chamei de lista.
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A ordem em que todos os funcionários
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aparecer na lista é definido
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pela ordem em que todos os
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os empregados aparecem na coluna C.
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Melhorar a ergonomia
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e apresentação do mesmo
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Vou integrar outra função matricial.
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chamado =SORT, permitindo-me
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encomendar a cada vendedor deste resultado
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tabela por ordem alfabética.
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Agora vamos passar para a criação do
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lista suspensa através do builtin
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recurso de validação no Excel.
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O problema com esta validação
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opção será definir uma lista
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que se baseará numa fonte.
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E esta fonte será
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extraído da folha do vendedor.
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O problema também será a duração do
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a lista suspensa que potencialmente
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ser capaz de acomodar novos vendedores
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horas extras para que eu pudesse selecionar a área.
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Mas nessa altura a minha lista suspensa
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limitar-se-ia à venda e a 9
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máximo e qualquer vendedor adicionado no
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folha de encomenda que tomaria o seu lugar
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não seriam integrados.
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Podemos, no entanto e graças a:
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funções de matriz dinâmica,
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consultar os resultados da matriz,
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o que será o caso aqui.
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E bastará especificar
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a célula inicial clicando em
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e adicionando o sinal de libra.
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Quando valido com OK,
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teremos uma lista suspensa oferecendo
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Por ordem alfabética, a lista dos grossistas
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disponível para ser selecionado a partir desta lista,
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para o qual eu poderia configurar como
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é o caso no caso em apreço,
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uma função contínua bastante simples.
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Para uma função BC que permite contar como
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muitas vezes o mesmo nome dos funcionários
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apresentada na célula três deste
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tabela será apresentada na coluna utilizada.
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Se eu adicionar quaisquer dados adicionais à minha tabela.
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Digamos que um cliente de pedido falso
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acrescenta com o vendedor Laurent Balardy.
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Podemos ver na folha do vendedor
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que Laurent Balardy tomou o seu lugar,
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por isso está agora disponível no gerado
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lista suspensa aqui no topo
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com um comentário associado a ele.

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