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Just bought a copy of Omni plan, trying to get a handle on it.

1) Is there a way to select multiple tasks without having all the tasks in between selected as well?

2) Is there a one click control/button somewhere for marking a task as complete? I figured out, after a while, that I can drag on the little handle or open the inspector and type in 100%. are these the only options?

Thanks millions!!

-jim lee
Cmd-click on an item to toggle its inclusion in the selection. Sometimes it will be faster to click on one end of a range, shift-click on the other and then use cmd-click to remove the unwanted items rather than building up the selection one by one.

To quickly mark one or more items complete, select the row(s) and type option-+. If you are only selecting a single row, make sure you aren't in edit mode or it won't work -- the blue outline should include the row handle dot.

Thanks for asking this question, I'd never bothered figuring this out, but knew there must be a way! I'd always just used the inspector or the slider in the chart.
Hey thanks! That answered it.

-jim lee

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