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You can select multiple entries using a click on the first one and a Shift-click on the last one. You can do it one page at a time, or scroll all the way to the bottom. Or you can click on one and hold down Shift while you use the down arrow. If you want to unselect one from the list, Ctrl-click ...

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If you were NOT on the clock - then it cannot be termed 'work related.' If you are a 'salaried' employee rather than an hourly wage employee - that might be another story. Your Company's Liability Insurance would kick in.