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If it's possible to have a table with a selectable row, then

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If it's possible to have a table with a selectable row, then

Postby jdl » Tue Jan 29, 2008 3:21 pm

If it's possible to have a table with a selectable row or a selectable item in a row, then I'd appreciate a tutorial on this topic.

Your tutorials are fantastic and much appreciated!

BTW, I found your tutorial on databases and that covered all of my db questions.

Thank you,

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