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Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Tutorial » Data Analysis » Validation 
10.5.1.Create Validation Rules
Select the range. Click the Data tab. Click the Data Validation button.
Click the Data tab. Click the Data Validation button.
Click the Settings tab. 
           Click the Allow list arrow, and then select a value type.
Click the Allow list arrow, and then select a value type.
Click the Data list arrow, and then select a logical operator.
Click the Data list arrow, and then select a logical operator.
Enter values or use Collapse Dialog button to select a range for the minimum and maximum criteria.
Enter values or use Collapse Dialog button to select a range for the minimum and maximum criteria.
Click the Input Message tab, 
           and then type a title and the input message that should be displayed when invalid entries are made.
Click the Input Message tab, and then type a title and the input message that should be displayed when invalid entries are made.
Click the Error Alert tab, 
          and then select an alert style, type a title, and error message.
Click the Error Alert tab, and then select an alert style, type a title, and error message.
Click OK.
Click OK.
10.5.Validation
10.5.1.Create Validation RulesCreate Validation Rules
10.5.2.View invalid dataView invalid data
10.5.3.To clear the circlesTo clear the circles
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