Like Excel, Wijmo's Vue datagrid, FlexGrid, allows you to select a range of cells over multiple rows and columns. FlexGrid also allows you to modify the marquee of the selection, as well as set the selection through other components.
By default, FlexGrid allows you to select a range of cells with either the mouse or keyboard. The Vue datagrid enables you to set the selection mode–permitting the selection of specific cells, continuous rows, or noncontiguous cells and rows.
FlexGrid supports the addition of checkboxes in cells, which control row selection. You are also able to implement a master checkbox that selects and deselects all of the rows inside the Vue datagrid.
If your FlexGrid has non-editable columns, you can use the datagrid's autoSearch to parse through the read-only columns. Users can select a cell in a read-only column and begin typing–prompting FlexGrid to change the current selection to match what the user enters.