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Multiple selection into a list box

Hi,

aside from to maintain CTRL button pressed, does it exist another manner more rapid than this?

Thanks

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Multiple selection into a list box

Ah, I see. Well, if the values are next to each other you can just drag and select multiple. Otherwise, you have 2 choices: (1) press CTRL, or (2) go the list box's Presentation tab; under Selection Style Override, you can select Windows Checkboxes. This will allow you to select multiple values in a checkbox format.

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Multiple selection into a list box

We might need alittle more information to answer your question. Do you have an example of what is taking you time to select? Obviously, you can paint over selections that are connected in a list. The CTRL key is used for Multiple selections. If you have large lists, you can find VB macros that allow you to select data based on entries in a spreadsheet, text box, etc...

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Multiple selection into a list box

You can use a search, of course, either within the list box or in a separate Search object. As of v10, there is also a possibility to develop custom QV "extensions" that will run in AJAX mode. In these extensions you can define more customized selection behavior. For example, check this out: http://community.qlik.com/media/p/156830.aspx

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Multiple selection into a list box

Hi,

I have a list box with few value. Generally, in a multi select box it is possible to select more one value without maintaning the CTRL key pressed. This is a rapid mode.

Thanks

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Honored Contributor II

Multiple selection into a list box

Ah, I see. Well, if the values are next to each other you can just drag and select multiple. Otherwise, you have 2 choices: (1) press CTRL, or (2) go the list box's Presentation tab; under Selection Style Override, you can select Windows Checkboxes. This will allow you to select multiple values in a checkbox format.

Regards,

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