Input based drop downs in Word 2010
I know how to create a drop down. I need help in the following -
1. I create one drop down and based on the item selected in the drop down, I need to have a list populated which I could choose from in the 2nd drop down.
2. How could I do this?
Thanks and regards,
Re: Input based drop downs in Word 2010
First of all you need to go on the tools menu and point to macro and click visual basic editor. After that in the VB editor you have to click References on the Tools menu. Now, under Available References, just click to select Microsoft Office 9.0 Objest Library and then click ok. For more information refer to this thread here - How to add drop-down menu in Word ?
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