SeaTable offers three different ways to select multiple rows and then perform the desired action. This article is only about selecting the desired rows. You can learn more about the actions in the articles linked above.
Option 1: Select all desired rows one after the other
The most obvious option to select multiple rows is to simply check each of the desired rows individually. To do this, hover the mouse pointer over the numbering column and place check marks in the boxes at the beginning of the rows. You should choose this option if you want to select only a few scattered rows .
Option 2: Define start and end of line selection
Instead of marking row for row , you can also use a contiguous section to select between two rows . To do this, first place a check mark next to the one row and then press and hold the
Option 3: Select all rows at once
The last option is to check the selection box in the table header above the numbering column, which will select all rows of your table with one click. If you now want to remove individual rows from the selection again, you can uncheck them.
Cancel current row selection
As soon as you click on a cell in the table, the row selection made so far is cancelled.