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Validating formulas in excel 2016

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Method 3: Simply reference the cells in the table: Then when you add items to the bottom of the Table your Data Validation List source automatically updates, almost like magic.

No named range, no Structured references: It's a shame you can't just use the Table Structured Reference as your Data Validation list source. Unfortunately I'm not aware of any plans to fix it and it's still like this in Excel 2016!

In this example my table is in cells A2: A7 and is called Table1.

In the name manager I’ve set up a new named range called Team_Table and referenced it to the Team column (and only column in this case) of Table1: Now I can set up my Data Validation list like this: No need to use INDIRECT, and it will still dynamically update as new data is added or removed from the table just like the first example.

One is used for cells, and the other is used for data validation.

The max length limit for the formula to do data validation is about only 210 chars. Given a data set with categories and values I want to validate these values by checking if the value change from the row above is within one sigma deviation of its category.

The reason I formatted my list in an Excel table is because I want the range to dynamically update when I add or remove teams from the list.Excel parses every formula in data validation as an array formula. "IF($A:$A=$A2, B: B)", I don't want to select the whole column, but only the rows of the same category.Below is the screenshot of sample data with data validation applied: On the right you can see a table with standard deviation of all cells, and each category. For example, you want to limit up to 10 characters can be inputted in a cell.This tutorial will shows you the details to limit characters in cell in Excel.That means we need to skip the first row of each category.Here is what I tried: The following formula works for cells of each category beginning from the second row to the last row of its category.This can work if one input the formula into a cell, but it doesn't work for the refer-to formula of Data Validation.To work with all cells all rows (without need to manully skip the first row of each category), I wrote following formula for data validation.My table’s name is Table1, as you can see here in the name box: Now, if you’ve ever tried to reference an Excel Table as your Data Validation lists source like this: Then you probably got the error: “The formula you typed contains and error”.Here are three ways to fix this: Method 1: Use the INDIRECT function with the tables structured references like this: Method 2: Give your Table another name in the name manager.