Selecting multiple investment transactions in Quicken 2015 Deluxe

Normally you can select multiple transactions in any account by selecting the top transaction followed by pointing at the bottom one and selecting while holding down the shift key. In Q 2015 Deluxe, this
works on bank accounts, but doesn't seem to work on investment accounts. Since right-clicking on an investment transaction shows several options (void, cut, copy, paste, etc.) to be performed on "investment(s)", the intent of the programmer was to allow you to select several transaction and copy or cut them.
How can I select multiple investment transactions?
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"Gary" wrote
How can I select multiple investment transactions? -------------------------------------------------------------------
In Quicken "Transaction Lists" (the investment account equivalent of a non-investment account "register"), you can not. It has never been possible in any version of Quicken.
For purposes of deleting investment transactions, you can select multiple investment transactions in the Banking > Transaction report (as you would select multiple files in Windows Explorer), then click the "Edit" button (in the report) and select "Delete transaction(s)".
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On 2015-06-22 04:08:46 +0000, John Pollard said:

Thank you, John, for your concise and effective answer.
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On Monday, June 22, 2015 at 4:34:19 AM UTC-4, Gary wrote:

Unfortunately doesn't solve the problem ...
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twindaddy wrote:
On Monday, June 22, 2015 at 4:34:19 AM UTC-4, Gary wrote:

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Unfortunately doesn't solve the problem ... -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Doesn't solve what problem? Your post doesn't contain any useful information.
The procedure I posted allows the user to select multiple investment transactions and delete them all at one time (in Quicken for Windows). You're the first person I know of to suggest it doesn't work.
What version of Quicken are you using? What specific steps did you take and what, exactly, were the results. What specific account type? What specific transaction types? Anything else that might be pertinent.
[Not sure why you're posting in this nearly 3 year old discussion, rather than starting your own. It's conceivable that some newer version of Quicken since my comments could act differently (though in this case, I have successfully performed the procedure I posted, in versions of Quicken from Q2013 thru Q2017 - and multiple earlier versions.).]
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I´m trying to get that thing done, selecting multiple transactions in a investement account (to erase them later on), but I´m using the 2018 version, and I couldn´t find the
Banking > Transaction report (as you would select multiple files in Windows Explorer), then click the "Edit" button (i n the report) and select "Delete transaction(s)".
Please John Pollard, can you tell me exactly how to do it? Thank you so m uch.
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On 2018-02-22 03:04:25 +0000, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com said:

Select "Reports"->"Banking"->"Transaction", "Customize", the "Accounts" tab, "Clear All", check the desired investment account, select "OK", set the desired "Date Range:", select the desired transactions (left-click, Shift + left-click, and Ctrl + left-click), "Edit"->"Delete Transaction(s)" (or right-click and select "Delete Transaction(s)").
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