Question about Microsoft Office Standard for PC
I want to force the sheet user to enter only a "0" or a "5" in a cell and have it show only one of those numbers. I had used the formula =IF(cell>=5, 5,0) but cannot have the formula reside in the cell and show the result there. Any suggestions?
Select the cell(s), then click Data -> Validation. On the settings Tab, in Allow box choose List. In the Source box enter 0, 5. This will only allow these 2 numbers to be entered into the selected cell(s). There are many other validation combinations you can explore, this is the quickest way I found. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
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