Option Buttons with Formulas in Excel

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How to make Excel option buttons in a worksheet that are linked to formulas and functions within the worksheet.

This allows you to control entire worksheets using option button form controls.

You can even control conditional formatting, data validation, and any other element of a worksheet that uses or relies upon a formula.

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Option Buttons in Excel (msft)

Checkbox Control in Excel


Excel Function: CHOOSE(), SWITCH()
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Excel Function: CHOOSE(), SWITCH()
Downloadable Files: Excel File
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