|Sep 15, 2013, 10:02 AM||#1|
How to select multiple files ?
I have the MBA 2013, and I can't select multiple files (pictures) with Shift-click.
Could you please tell me how to select multiple files (not command-A).
I've tried in vain: Shift-click. It acts as control-click, i.e. one file at a time. Command-click doesn't work neither.
Thank you for your help.
|Sep 15, 2013, 12:08 PM||#3|
If you have a series of files, such as file1, file2, file3, etc., then you can click the top (or bottom) one, then hold down Shift, and then click the bottom (or top) one to select all the files in between.
Otherwise, if selecting single files, hold down command and click.
"There's no bigot like a religious bigot and there's no religion more fanatical than that espoused by Macintosh zealots." ~Martin Veitch, IT Week [31-01-2003]
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