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If user picks "Other" from dropdown menu, jump to separate cell to enter value

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    If user picks "Other" from dropdown menu, jump to separate cell to enter value

    I have a column where users pick a reason from a dropdown list.

    If they pick "Other", i.e. none of the reasons listed apply, they should be redirected to a cell at the end of the row where they have to enter the "other" reason.

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    Re: If user picks "Other" from dropdown menu, jump to separate cell to enter value

    Moving the user's selection to another cell requires VBA. Please provide more detail about where your dropdown list is located and where the end of the row is.

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