Select Multiple Controls and the Dominant Control
You can select more than one control in three ways. When you select multiple controls, one of the controls becomes a reference for the rest and is called the dominant control.
|Selection method||Controls selected||Dominant control|
|SHIFT+CLICK||All controls in an invisible rectangle around the selected controls.||The first control that you select.|
|CTRL+CLICK||Individual controls, one at a time.||The last control that you select.|
|Select Objects pointer in Control Toolbox||All controls that fall within or touch a rectangle that you draw.||The control that is nearest to the mouse pointer when you begin to draw the rectangle.|
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