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Athos

Hi guys, so far I have to say, all your help has been fantastic.

I have another question involving checking a checkbox that doesn't seem to be a checkbox in an IE browser.

I went through the html source, and I was unable to find any checkboxes in the file. The checkbox I want involves selecting

all rows.

The closest thing I could find was this:

jstables.srchvars.select = 'Select all rows';

I want to do this same thing on a different page and on that page its:

jstables.select_all_tooltip = 'Select all rows';

I have no idea how to go about checking something on a jstable, or even if that's what I need to be focusing on.

I know I can cheat and use control click to solve this problem, however I wan't to solve this problem using _IE incase the location of the checkbox changes.

Thanks,

Athos

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