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CListBox multiple selection

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I found that the multiple selection CListBox doesn't handle keyboard input such as Shift or Ctrl key has been pressed, when user move arrow key to next item, the selected item still being highlighted, and CListBox::GetSelCount() will keep increasing.

How to incorporate shift and Ctrl key into multiple selction CListBox and when user click next item, the previous selected item should be deselected?

Thanks.
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carldean earned 50 total points
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You need to use the EXTENDED selection style.  From the dialog editor open the properties for your list box.  Select the Styles sheet and then select Extended from the Selection combo.

This shouls do it.
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by:limbe
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Thank you Very Much. Your answer is concise and straight to the point. Excellent!!
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