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Thu 27 Nov 2008, 16:35 replyReply Delegate David said...

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(coding in drop down menus)

How do you select several options from a drop-down menu

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Wed 21 Jan 2009, 14:25 replyReply Trainer Laura said...

RE: (coding in drop down menus)

Thank you for your question regarding menus.

I am not sure what you are trying to attempt. Where is the drop-down menu and can you give me an example of why you need to select multiple options?

Regards,

Laura GB

Wed 18 Feb 2009, 09:39 replyReply Trainer Rich said...

RE: (coding in drop down menus)

Hi David,

To ensure questions don't hang around unresolved on the site, we regularly go through them and make sure delegates have the answer they require.

Is there any more information you can give to Laura to help her answer your question?

If we don't hear from you in 5 days, this question will be marked as resolved automatically. If you come back to us later, you can mark the question as 'unresolved', and supply further information.

Kind regards,
Rich

Tue 24 Feb 2009: Automatically marked as resolved.

 

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