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These are the rules of the game:
- Use listboxes for all primary dimensions. They allow easy interaction/lookup/inspection of multiple field values. Size the listbox to the importance of the field and the availability of screen space. Never put all fields in a listbox, as there won't be enough space left for the imprtant things: charts (tables are charts as well)
- Use a mulmtibox for a compact display of all secondary (occasionally useful) dimensions or whenever available space is running low. Multiboxes have a very strict layout: one row for both field name and value.
Multiboxes can be simulated. Maybe this will offer you the required flexiblity. If you are up to it, visit Barry Harmsen's blog at Building a nicer, dynamic QlikView multibox The Qlik Fix!