How to delete drop down list in Excel?
Drop down list is used widely in Excel, but sometimes you think the drop down list are annoying and want to remove it. Now I talk about how to delete the drop down list in Excel.
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1. Select the cell or range you want to delete the drop down list in, and click Data > Data Validation > Data Validation. See screenshot:
2. Then a dialog pops out, and click Clear All button in it, see screenshot:
3. Click OK button to close the dialog, and all drop down lists in the selection will be removed.
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoThank you! Just cleared a list setting that was a pain in the ass to use--and it kept my data. All by following your instructions. Love learning new things. Especially when someone else makes it easy for me.