Select Specific Tracks-Foward at once, NOT all of them

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Is there a way to use the select all tracks forward tool, not just to select a single track (a+shift) but then  select and ADD one or more specific tracks-forward as well? For example, Select V1 track-forward from a certain point, then add ONLY track A7 (or whatever) to that selection to be able to move, copy, delete, etc just the selected clips in those tracks together?

I think I'm losing my mind- I swear I could do this a week ago, maybe with the option key, and now no combination of keys works....

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Correct answer by Brandon Loshe | Adobe Community Professional

I've never had a use for that. To me, it would make sense for the Command key (or Control on Windows) to be a key to let you add to the selection since the shift key is held down. But I don't know of a way to do that. In your example, I would lock the tracks that you don't want moved, and then select all. A week ago, when you said that this worked for you, I wonder if the video and audio were linked or grouped perhaps?

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Select Specific Tracks-Foward at once, NOT all of them

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Is there a way to use the select all tracks forward tool, not just to select a single track (a+shift) but then  select and ADD one or more specific tracks-forward as well? For example, Select V1 track-forward from a certain point, then add ONLY track A7 (or whatever) to that selection to be able to move, copy, delete, etc just the selected clips in those tracks together?

I think I'm losing my mind- I swear I could do this a week ago, maybe with the option key, and now no combination of keys works....

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Correct answer by Brandon Loshe | Adobe Community Professional

I've never had a use for that. To me, it would make sense for the Command key (or Control on Windows) to be a key to let you add to the selection since the shift key is held down. But I don't know of a way to do that. In your example, I would lock the tracks that you don't want moved, and then select all. A week ago, when you said that this worked for you, I wonder if the video and audio were linked or grouped perhaps?

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I've never had a use for that. To me, it would make sense for the Command key (or Control on Windows) to be a key to let you add to the selection since the shift key is held down. But I don't know of a way to do that. In your example, I would lock the tracks that you don't want moved, and then select all. A week ago, when you said that this worked for you, I wonder if the video and audio were linked or grouped perhaps?

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