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I have the following rows of data in my sheet. Here's 7 as an example, but I essentially have over 1000 rows of data.

Column A Column B
1 Tesla Jess
2 Toyota Kelly
3 GoPro Jess
4 Apple Linda
5 Google Kelly
6 Netflix Jess
7 Oracle Joe

What I want to do is have a drop down list or a pick list setup so that when I select Jess from the picklist on cell F1, all of Accounts show up like this starting on cell E4 and below...

Column E Column F
1 Pick Rep: Jess
2
3 ACCOUNTS
4 Tesla
5 GoPro
6 Netflix
7
8

What Google Sheets formula do I put in cell E4 (and the rest of the rows in that column downwards) so that every time I change the account owner in cell F1, the appropriate list of accounts show up? If this isn't possible what other options do I have?

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=filter(A:A,B:B=$F$1) in E4 will give you all the accounts belonging to whichever owner you select in F1.

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  • I just did this but I get the following error ("FILTER has mismatched range sizes. Expected row count: 8373. column count: 1. Actual row count: 1, column count: 1.")
    – tph510
    Commented Mar 20, 2023 at 17:42
  • nm! It worked (fat finger on my part). This is brilliant and so easy. Thank you!!!
    – tph510
    Commented Mar 20, 2023 at 17:46
  • Glad to help. Please mark the answer as accepted if it meets your requirements. Commented Mar 20, 2023 at 19:56

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