Technically, I don't think you can, unless the objects are all on the same
layer, and nothing else is on that layer. A twisted workaround would be to
have a new layer created, transfer selected items on the new layer, turn off
all other layers, do whatever you need to do on the objects, transfer
objects back to their previous layers and turn on all layers. Not at all
user-friendly, what with hidden attributes, objects that may be non-bylayer
colored, frozen layers, and a host of nasty surprises.
But then again, it IS a nice challenge.
When in doubt, Ctrl-Alt-Del it
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