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    I would add my support to this. It is such a needed improvement. Data validation lists and table are super powerful ways of controlling and managing data sources and work together to control data input and output - except they currently don't work together! Why not Excel Team? Please, please add the ability to use table referencing in all Excel features, but especially data validation formulas.

    The current best workaround is the INDIRECT() function, but that adds a lot of bulk to the validation list formulas and provides another place for breakage if the reference table or columns ever get renamed.

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    I would extend this idea to include allowing data validation to use all dynamic array functions. This is critical to finally, finally having fully dynamic dependent drop-downs!

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    3 comments  ·  Excel for Mac » Formulas and Functions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Good suggestion Frederic – thanks for taking the time to post it. We’ll take a look at the F4 loop and including other functionality like this as soon as we can. We’ll be spending more time on the things with more votes – so folks that really want to see this should keep voting it up.

    Best,
    John [MS XL]

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    Thanks for your support for this suggestion. As some of the comments have concluded, there are a few complex technical issues and considerations that have delayed this from being implemented.

    We do think that this suggestion has merit but we don’t think that we’ll be able to devote time to it in the near future.

    One of the primary reasons for this request was to have a better way to handle formula cells in line charts, and this can be accomplished using the option to show #N/A as an empty cell. You can use the NA() function in your formulas as appropriate, and choose the option to “Show cells with #N/A as an empty cell”. To find the option for your chart, go to the Select Data dialog for the chart, and click the Hidden and Empty Cells button.

    We know there are other scenarios where a proper NULL()…

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