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Selecting Multiple Files    
When selecting multiple files you can either select several in one sequence or ones that are separated. To select multiple files in sequence simply click on the first file then hold down the shift key and click on the last file that you want selected. You’ll see that all of the files in between are now selected. Once selected you can either open them all up, move them all, etc. If you want to select multiple files that are not next to each other simply click on one then hold down the APPLE key and select the other files that you want. As long as you continue holding down the APPLE Key, you can select as many files as you’d like.
 
         
 
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