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I have some custom fields (Picklists) in Salesforce Instance, like Languages__c which contains some Languages names. I want to use it in a custom detail view of record, that is generated by using VIsualforce Page.

Here is a tag in visualforce to design a picklist in visualforce page (I am not happy with its design as it does not looking nice as you can see)

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and I have to give it variable from Apex Controller that is a list of names of some Languages, in value attribute.

Then this tag is used to get all selected options by user, to save them in a variable and use that variable in Apex Controller to do further processing. This is hectic.

Is there any way to use custom Pick-list already created in Salesforce as custom field, in Visualforce page to avoid my self from creating these fields using selectList etc.??

Or I must have to use selectList and Custom Controller variables to make it possible?

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You could enable State and Country/Territory Picklists in your org. However it has consequences throughout your entire org in that it gets used across all of your existing data. You'll find it located under DataManagement | State and Country/Territory Picklists.

For your situation, Global Picklists would be ideal which is still in Beta. If in a Dev Org, you'd find it under Create | Picklists. If you can get into the Beta, that would be ideal

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  • I try this. And please tell me whether it is possible to select multiple values from picklist just on clicking on them without holding "Ctrl" key together? Jun 13 '16 at 12:35
  • Only if you used the Global Picklists. Not for the State and Country picklists as you can only be from one location at a time.
    – crmprogdev
    Jun 13 '16 at 12:58
  • It means we cant use Custom picklist created in Salesforce, in visualforce pages. We have to use apex:selectList and apex:selectOptions and Controller to make new list and use it?? Jun 14 '16 at 5:21

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