Group shapes or pictures

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Group shapes when you have multiple shapes that you want to treat as a unit. When you’re working with multiple pictures, group them to make it easier to position and format them. If you have grouped shapes or pictures and need to change or rearrange items in the group, it’s sometimes easiest to ungroup items and then regroup. This course will show you how to do all of these things, and more.

Inside this course:

Group and format shapes (2:54)
Grouping shapes lets you rotate, flip, resize or arrange them together, as though they were a single shape or object.

Group and format pictures (3:16)
Grouping pictures lets you rotate, flip, resize or arrange them together, as though they were a single picture.

Ungroup and regroup shapes or pictures (1:51)
If you grouped shapes or pictures and, later, need to change or rearrange items in the group, it’s sometimes easiest to ungroup items and then regroup.

Course summary
A brief reminder of the key points in this course.

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