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(Ammending to the answer by @JohnSUN and replacing my comment there.)

The function (tool) JohnSUN pointed to is by default assigned to the key Alt+DownArrow.
If you open the dialogue > 'Tools' > 'Customise' you will find the 'Toolbars' tab where you can edit toolbars. By default 'Standard' shoukd be selected.

  1. Select the toolbar you want to add a function to, say 'Tools'.
  2. Click 'Add...' to open a second dialogue titled 'Add Commands'.
  3. Select (left) the 'Category' 'Edit'.
  4. Select (right) the 'Command' 'Selection List'.
  5. Confirm clicking 'Add'.
  6. 'Close' / 'OK'
  7. Make sure that the toolbar you chose under 1. is visible.
  8. Start to use the command 'Selection List'.

(Ammending to the answer by @JohnSUN and replacing my comment there.)

The function (tool) JohnSUN pointed to is by default assigned to the key Alt+DownArrow.
If you open the dialogue > 'Tools' > 'Customise' you will find the 'Toolbars' tab where you can edit toolbars. By default 'Standard' shoukd should be selected.

  1. Select the toolbar you want to add a function to, say 'Tools'.
  2. Click 'Add...' to open a second dialogue titled 'Add Commands'.
  3. Select (left) the 'Category' 'Edit'.
  4. Select (right) the 'Command' 'Selection List'.
  5. Confirm clicking 'Add'.
  6. 'Close' / 'OK'
  7. Make sure that the toolbar you chose under 1. is visible.
  8. Start to use the command 'Selection List'.