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3. To the right of the Accessories header, add new text, See All Accessories .
4. Copy a down-arrow graphic from your image library worksheet and paste it
into the header on the far right of See All Accessories, to serve as the widget
that will reveal the drop-down menu when it's clicked (Figure 7.21).
5. Copy the worksheet mustard dropdown1 to create another mustard
dropdown worksheet, which you will name mustard dropdown2 (Figure 7.22).
6. On this newly created worksheet, create a drop-down menu that will display
the accessory list.
All the elements of this new worksheet, mustard dropdown2, must exactly align
with all the elements of the worksheet mustard dropdown1 so that the added
drop-down menu will be the only thing that will appear differently between the
two. It is this single difference that makes it seem as though an actual coded
drop-down menu has opened.
7. On the mustard dropdown2 worksheet, choose a rectangle AutoShape;
then draw a rectangle that extends from the drop-down widget to the width
of the header to look like the rectangle shown in Figure 7.22.
8. Right-click the newly created rectangle, choose Format AutoShape from the
pop-up menu, and then select the desired line color, style, and weight to give
the box a gray 1.75 point border.
9. Right-click the rectangle and add text, as shown in Figure 7.23 (page 142).
pasted into position.