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How do i select multiple itms in a listview control with vb6

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I need to dag and drop multiple items in a listview control, but at present i can only select single items any idea, i have tried varios things from different postings but no success>

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Change "MultiSelect" propery value to "Simple" [we can use "Ctrl" key to select] OR "Extended" [we can use "Ctrl" an "Shift" key to select]
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