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Selection followed by deselection keystrokes

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Aug 16, 2020

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Greetings!  Somewhere along the way, it became necessary for me to deselect EACH time I have finished with the selection.  There was a time when I could just reselect another area without having to deselect the previous one first.  I could save myself thousands of keystrokes if I could eliminate that move.  Any advice would be much appreciated.  

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Selection followed by deselection keystrokes

Explorer ,
Aug 16, 2020

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Greetings!  Somewhere along the way, it became necessary for me to deselect EACH time I have finished with the selection.  There was a time when I could just reselect another area without having to deselect the previous one first.  I could save myself thousands of keystrokes if I could eliminate that move.  Any advice would be much appreciated.  

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Feature request, How to, Windows

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Look at the tool option bar icons that control selection type new, add, subtract, intersect and exclude

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