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At 03:47 17/07/2012 -0700, Gilles Noname wrote:
I'm going through my bank statements to check how I spend money. I'd like to use one of the columns to define the type of spending through a
drop-down list (eg. Food, Transportation, etc.)

"Data > Validity > Allow = List " does display a drop-down list, but I couldn't find how to tell LO to display this list in all the cells in the column:

How can I do this?

Just select the range of cells to which you wish this restriction to apply - even the entire column - before you use Data | Validity... | Criteria | Allow | List.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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