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abhaytrip
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Different Selections made on the list box

Hi All,
These are two different examples i'm trying to demonstrate which the First LISTBOX contains "E" "F" , Fixed throughout.

Where "E" & "F" shouldn't clear out even after using clear selections. I'm not trying the lock option as it seems to be a easy way out of it.
The Second LISTBOX contains all the data , where in i could selected any to have a comparison between both the LISTBOX results.

Thanks

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Different Selections made on the list box

Create a new Alternate State for the EF listbox. You can do that on the General tab of the document properties. After creating the new alternate state assign it to the EF listbox on the General tab of the properties window of that listbox. Next select E and F in that listbox. Since this listbox is now in an alternate state it will not react to selections in the other listbox that contains all the data.


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pradosh_thakur
Honored Contributor II

Re: Different Selections made on the list box

what exactly you want to do here?

BTW alternate state can be an option here.

regards

Pradosh

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Different Selections made on the list box

Create a new Alternate State for the EF listbox. You can do that on the General tab of the document properties. After creating the new alternate state assign it to the EF listbox on the General tab of the properties window of that listbox. Next select E and F in that listbox. Since this listbox is now in an alternate state it will not react to selections in the other listbox that contains all the data.


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haupadhy
New Contributor II

Re: Different Selections made on the list box

Hi,

I think, instead of making E, F values selected all the time in list box, you can use set expression in which you can refer those values. And you can have one list box displaying all the values. You can select values from list box and compare results with set expression created above.

Thanks,

Harshit

abhaytrip
Contributor

Re: Different Selections made on the list box

All right , thanks !