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Access Calendar Seminar
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Manage your appointments, and create printable monthly reports from your Access databases.

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Selecting multiple rows Comment from Ronald Pero @ 8/19/2013
In the video for lesson 9 it seems like you select multiple non-contiguous list boxes which you are able to then modify all at once.  How is that done?

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Can you give me the time index, please?
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Selecting multiple rows Comment from Ronald Pero @ 8/17/2013
For some reason when I select multiple rows of objects in order to change the format for example Access deselects all additional rows. It does allow me to select 1 row of items such as labels, listboxes or whatever but it seems to want to deselect all additional rows.  I'm not sure why this is happening.  I am using Access 2010. This is a minor issue but any help with this would be appreciated.

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In Access, you can either select individual rows one at a time or you can select a block of CONTIGUOUS rows (next to each other) but you can't select multiple non-contiguous rows with the CTRL key like you can in Excel.
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