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The actions listed in the following table assume multiple selection in list boxes and selectable lists. For more information on the appearance, behavior, and selection of these components, see List Boxes and Selectable Lists.
|Up arrow||Moves focus up one row or line and selects the item|
|Down arrow||Moves focus down one row or line and selects the item|
|Page Up||Moves focus up one information pane minus one line, selecting the first line in the information pane|
|Page Down||Moves focus down one information pane minus one line, selecting the last line in the information pane|
|Home, Ctrl-Home||Moves focus to beginning of list|
|End, Ctrl-End||Moves focus to end of list|
|Ctrl-A, Ctrl-/||Selects all items in list|
|Ctrl-\||Deselects all items in list|
|Spacebar||Makes a selection and deselects any previous selection|
|Ctrl-spacebar||Switches selection without affecting previous selections|
|Shift-down arrow||Extends selection down one item|
|Shift-up arrow||Extends selection up one item|
|Shift-Home||Extends selection to beginning of list|
|Shift-End||Extends selection to end of list|
|Shift-PgUp||Extends selection up one information pane|
|Shift-PgDn||Extends selection down one information pane|
|Java Look and Feel Design Guidelines, second edition.
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