"........,where the values are as follows:"

(1) Is this sentence grammatically correct?

(2) What if we use "as following" or "as followed" or "as below" , instead of "as follows"? (Here,verify my punctuation too.)
"As follows" sounds quite right to me, as long as the explanation comes after the :
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Thanks, Pieanne. Any thought about the second point?
I'm not too sure...

"as followed" Is not OK, that I'm sure of. You'd better wait for a native to answer that part, sorry, Rishonly...
"As follow" and "as followed" are always incorrect, if intended as substitutes for "as follows".

"As below" is fine.

"As following" isn't used; though you can say "as in the following example(s)".

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