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I have a simple data validation dropdown that I'm trying to do, but I DO NOT WANT to use cells to populate my list.

Something similar to what's below, but this obviously isn't working.

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What formula do I need to input to create a list of strings in a cell?

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

Unless you mean something else, no need to wrap in quotes, or use the "=" sign enter image description here

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Guess I was over thinking this. – KronoS Jul 12 '12 at 17:02

You can put them in as a comma separated list:

true,false
yes,no
2,4,6,8
with space,without

etc.

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